Banking & Payments Federation Ireland says the measures may have impact on house building.

The main representative body for Irish banks has welcomed the Central Bank’s decision to ease its proposals on loan-to- value (LTV) mortgage limits f(...)

The offices of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation: IBRC closed nine transactions with a combined face value of €18.7 billion while Nama completed 16 deals worth €10.1 billion.

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation and the National Asset Management Agency were the two biggest sellers of commercial real estate in Europe last year,(...)

Sharon Shannon. File Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Traditional musician Sharon Shannon and her manager John Dunford have consented before the Master of the High Court to a judgment for €520,000 being r(...)

Dutch economist Dirk Schoenmaker agrees with the Central Bank’s plans to introduce a loan-to-value (LTV) ratio of 80 per cent for residential mortgages. (Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times)

Irish banks need to begin writing-off some of their residential mortgage arrears to free consumers from unsustainable debt, a leading Dutch economist (...)

Flac wants the mortgage-to-rent scheme to be enhanced. Photograph: PA

Some of the more difficult cases of owner-occupier mortgage arrears in Ireland have not yet been dealt with by the country’s main banks, according to (...)

A view of Adamstown Avenue in west Dublin. Photograph: Google Street View

An Irish schoolteacher living on the Costa del Sol while renting out her Dublin apartment, has made a deal with her bank over an arrears debt on her m(...)

International Airlines Group chief executive Willie Walsh: expected to make third bid for Aer Lingus this week.

Without it being a policy initiative as such, this could be the year of privatisation in Ireland. A third bid from International Airlines Group for Ae(...)

With Christmas still fresh in the memory, it is unlikely too many of us will be feeling flush with cash in these dark days of January. However some re(...)

If PTSB gets €400 million for a 30 per cent stake, that would give the bank an implied value of €1.33 billion and, in turn, value the State’s holding at about €930 million. Photograph: Alan Betson

Michael Noonan’s view that taxpayers will get back every cent put into AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB is a curious one in the case of the las(...)

 A Permanent TSB office on Dublins Grafton Street.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Permanent TSB is to entice new mortgage customers with an offer to pay €1,000 toward their legal fees.The incentive, which is open customers switching(...)