John Rogers chipped in with €70,000 of fresh equity for Newgrange Gold in May 2014. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Newgrange Gold, the Meath rapeseed oil business owned by former attorney general John Rogers, slipped a little deeper into the red last year. No panic(...)

Michael Fingleton, former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive. Photograph: Dave Meehan/THE IRISH TIMES

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive Michael Fingleton has launched High Court proceedings aimed at stopping the Central Bank from(...)

 Stan Purcell, former secretary at the Irish Nationwide Building Society. Photograph: Eric Luke/THE IRISH TIMES

Aodhán O’Faolain and Ray Managh Former Irish Nationwide Building Society director Stan Purcell’s legal bid to block the Central Bank from holding an (...)

The inquiry has the power to fine regulated corporations up to €10 million or 10 per cent of turnover depending on certain factors. Individuals can be fined up to €1 million provided this will not bankrupt them.

The Central Bank of Ireland will reveal today the names of a high-powered inquiry panel to investigate allegedly rogue banks and bankers. The first ca(...)

Courchevel ski resort in the French Alps, where Ice Mountain bought two hotels.

State-owned Irish Nationwide Building Society lost €20 million on an unorthodox loan to a French ski resort backed by a company owned by Monaco- base(...)

The directors of INBS are being sued by KPMG, the special liquidator of INBS, based on alleged breach of contract

Insurer AIG has written to the directors of Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) asking detailed questions about their interactions with the Ce(...)

The loan is expected to form part of a civil case being taken by Irish Nationwide’s liquidator, KPMG, against its ex-managing director Michael Fingleton (above). Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish Nationwide gave a loan of €29.3 million to buy a site in Dublin, in 2007, without first getting board and credit committee approval, and with(...)

KPMG, the special liquidator of Irish Nationwide Building Society, has appointed Eugene F Collins solicitors to carry out an “independent review” of legal advice that it should sue the society’s former directors but not its former auditor – KPMG.

KPMG, the special liquidator of Irish Nationwide Building Society, has appointed Eugene F Collins solicitors to carry out an “(...)

Denis McDonald SC sought the order after the Minister for Finance  failed to respond to the January 31st letter from Mr Cooney’s lawyers alleging the special liquidators had “a glaring conflict of interest” in relation to the litigation.

A former director of Irish Nationwide Building Society has told the Minister for Finance it is “preposterous” that the two special liquidators (...)

The Central Bank is understood to be continuing to examine the actions of Michael Fingleton, the Irish Nationwide Building Society’s  former managing director.

The Central Bank of Ireland has decided not take any action against two former directors of Irish Nationwide, the building society whose collapse cost(...)