Martin and Violet Coyne arriving at the Four Courts after being evicted from their home in Carpenterstown, Dublin. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Four men who occupied the former home of evicted couple Martin and Violet Coyne have been removed by gardaí. The men occupied the house in Luttrell Pa(...)

The decision to close was due to the ‘significant losses’ incurred since 2008, said Kevin Knightly, ACCBank’s country manager.

Eighty-six years after being set up by a government led by William T Cosgrave, ACCBank is to hand back its banking licence next year following a decis(...)

ACCBank posted pre-tax losses of €219 million last year. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

ACC Bank is to close its standard banking operations in Ireland with the loss of 180 jobs.The Irish subsidiary of the Dutch Rabobank announced this mo(...)

Rabobank Ireland’s total assets decreased by €2.2 billion to €13.5 billion in 2012  due to a reduction in lending to other Rabobank Group entities and the repayment of some available-for-sale investment bonds.

Rabobank Ireland made an after-tax profit of €41.7 million in 2012, up from a loss of €21.6 million the previous year. The Irish subsidiary of the Dut(...)

ACC Bank headquarters in Dublin.

Pre-tax losses at ACC grew by 17.7 per cent last year to €219 million as property-related exposures continued to weigh on the bank. ACC said it incurr(...)