Permanent TSB’s capital-raising plan has yet to be finalised by the board and presented to the Minister for Finance for approval. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Ciarán Hancock, Finance CorrespondentPermanent TSB is considering raising about €500 million from external investors with a view to then repaying the (...)

Nick Ashmore, CEO of Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

This time it will be different. If ever there was a phrase synonymous with financial folly and pre-crash delusion, this is it. It was resurrected l(...)

The number of complaints made to the Financial Services Ombudsman declined by 42 per cent last year to 4,477 although the level of compensation paid o(...)

Emergency legislation which banned the payment of large scale bonuses to bankers in 2010, was not meant to apply to the payment of salary increments to general staff. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Emergency legislation which banned the payment of large scale bonuses to bankers in 2010, was not meant to apply to the payment of salary increments t(...)

The State owns 99.8 per cent of PTSB. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Permanent TSB has drawn up a shortlist of three bidders for the two portfolios of Irish loans it is seeking to sell. The Irish Times has learned that (...)

Permanent TSB  has opened a data room for interested parties  to examine the loan book of Capital Home Loans in detail. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB has put its non-core Capital Home Loans (CHL) mortgage business in the UK up for sale, The Irish Times has learned. It is underst(...)

PTSB faces being fined by the Central Bank which confirmed it is “conducting an enforcement investigation”. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Some 2,000 mortgage customers of Permanent TSB could share in a refund of up to €30 million after the bank withdrew its Supreme Court appeals relating(...)

The Central Bank’s new mortgage lending rules will impose an income multiple limit of 3.5 times salary on  first time buyers and those trading up. (Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times)

The full extent of efforts to get the Central Bank to change its mind on its new mortgage lending rules are evident in the 157 responses the regulato(...)

The most high-profile case  involved Newbridge Credit Union where €24.1 million has been paid to date from a maximum amount of €53.9 million.. Photograph:  Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

The Department of Finance has informed the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee that Irish banks will not now pay into a domestic special resolution (...)

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(...)