Ulster Bank said on Monday that it is seeking to engage with about 2,000 mortgage arrears customers. It said it won’t seek to repossess a  home if the borrower engages with the bank and it can agree a solution or outcome. (Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times)

About 2,000 Ulster Bank mortgage arrears customers who have yet to engage with the bank about a possible restructuring of their loan are to receive a(...)

Ulster Bank has issued criminal proceedings against people who failed to pay back money withdrawn fraudulently while the bank was experiencing a softw(...)

Applegreen has 98 forecourts in the State, including 12 dealers and eight motorway stations

Irish fuel group Petrogas is targeting an initial public offering of its Applegreen service station business for June, The Irish Times has learned.It(...)

The number of accounts in arrears of 90 days or more fell by 1,730 to 59,138 Photograph: iStockphoto/Thinkstock

The number of home loans in arrears declined again in February, according to data published today by the Department of Finance. The total number of ow(...)

The North also has the highest price expectations for the next three months Photograph: Pacemaker

Rapidly rising house prices and sales drove the North’s housing market to outperform every other region in the UK last month according to latest stati(...)

Gardaí have asked witnesses to contact them at Castleblayney Garda Station on 042 9740668.

Roads around Castleblayney remain closed following a failed attempt to steal an ATM from a bank in the town this morning.According to gardaí, respondi(...)

Attending the launch of Ulster Bank’s new broker product are (l-r): Karl Deeter, MDC Mortgages Brokers; Jim Ryan, head of branch banking at Ulster Bank; Sean L’Estrange, head of lending and deposits at Ulster Bank; Des Healy, head of intermediary mortgage sales at Ulster Bank, and Trevor Grant, chairman of the Association of Expert Mortgage Advisors. (Photograph: Peter Houlihan, Fennell Photography)

Ulster Bank is looking to beef up competition in the residential mortgage market with its decision to return to the broker channel.On Tuesday the bank(...)

Giving it back: credit card holders may be in line for compensation payouts of several hundred euro for having been incorrectly sold payment protection insurance

Not so long ago, consumers across the State were getting payouts of several hundred euro for having been incorrectly sold payment protection insurance(...)

New business increased in March, as has been the case in each month since July 2013

Construction activity growth quickened in March with new orders and business sentiment both increasing, according to the latest Ulster Bank Constructi(...)

Seán Dunne: legal eam argued Irish bankruptcy laws do not allow for dual bankruptcy findings in different jurisdictions. Photograph: Steve Miller/The Irish Times

An appeal by Seán Dunne aimed at setting aside his Irish bankruptcy has opened before the Supreme Court. Lawyers for the developer, now based in the (...)