Ulster Bank’s new chief executive Gerry Mallon told the “Belfast Telegraph” in September: “I need the buzz: the livelier the city, the better.” Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ulster Bank’s new chief executive Gerry Mallon will be a busy man next June. That’s when he takes up the reins at Ulster Bank’s business in the Republ(...)

Hibernia reported good progress on a number of developments it is working on including the refurbishment of Cumberland House, which is to be let to Twitter

First-half pretax profits more than doubled at Hibernia Reit, the property investment group said on Thursday as it announced the signing of a new €400(...)

Third quarter profit totalled £114 (€157m) as against £394 million (€485m) for the same period a year earlier

Ulster Bank has recorded a 70 per cent decline in third quarter operating profit, but said improving economic conditions had contributed to stronger n(...)

Project Clear contains loans secured against 1,850 acres of zoned land, with room for 20,000 houses and apartments. Photograph: PA

Listed housebuilder Cairn Homes and Lone Star have both submitted indicative offers for a portfolio of Royal Bank of Scotland loans backed by land ear(...)

Group chief executive Ross McEwan wants the southern arm of Ulster Bank to be a ‘challenger bank’ to AIB and BoI. Photograph: Frank Miller

Ulster Bank’s operation in Ireland has been formally split into separate businesses, north and south of the Border, by its UK parent company Royal Ba(...)

For the first time since June, all three industry sectors, housing, commercial and civil engineering - which is mainly made up of large-scale State-funded projects, grew last month.

The building industry’s revival lost some momentum in September but continued growing at a “solid” pace, according to figures released today. The Ulst(...)

Property developer Gerry Gannon.

Trips to the 2008 Ryder Cup in Kentucky, hospitality at the Monaco Grand Prix, and skiing holidays were just some of the perks lavished by Irish banks(...)

Going to college has always been expensive, and the advent of free fees hasn’t really changed this. Indeed the rising cost of accommodation, plus a he(...)

Gardaí are examining CCTV footage  in a bid to identify a man who tried to rob a bank in Athlone.

Gardaí are investigating a break-in at an Ulster Bank branch in Athlone early on Friday. It is thought one man managed to gain access to the building(...)

Teresa Scahill from Dunmore who has won a battle with her bank to honor a  £1,000 lodgement made over 40 years ago by her late husband. Photograph: Ray Ryan

A Galway pensioner has won her battle with Ulster Bank to honour a lodgement made by her late husband more than 40 years ago. Teresa Scahill (89) spe(...)