The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation has written to 4,200 AIB account holders to encourage them to “come forward” if they believe they were “denied their contractual right” to a tracker mortgage after their fixed interest rate periods had expired

The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation has written to 4,200 AIB account holders to encourage them to “come forward” if they believe they were “denied(...)

Florence Crowley claimed under a policy for serious illness cover taken out with Zurich in 2002. Zurich said  in order to be paid for coronary catheter treatment, his surgery had to involve a procedure to correct at least 50 per cent diameter narrowing of two coronary arteries. Because he underwent surgery to correct narrowing of one artery only, he was not entitled to serious illness benefit, it said. File photograph: Getty Images

A High Court judge has issued a “heartfelt plea” to an insurance company to reconsider the plight of a man who was refused payment under his serious i(...)

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(...)

Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said the Financial Services Ombudsman’s output was “truly admirable, almost heroic” and the “only wonder” was that delays were not longer. Photograph: Collins

The high number of complaints and a lack of resources has contributed to delays in the Financial Services Ombudsman dealing with complaints, a High(...)

Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said the Financial Services Ombudsman’s output was “truly admirable, almost heroic” and the “only wonder” was that delays were not longer. Photograph: Collins

The high number of complaints and a lack of resources has contributed to delays in the Financial Services Ombudsman dealing with complaints, a High(...)

High Court president Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns upheld Henry and Martina Haverty’s appeal against the Financial Services Ombudsman’s decision not to uphold their complaint against ACCBank. Photograph: Alan Betson

The High Court has upheld a Galway couple’s appeal against the Financial Services Ombudsman’s decision not to uphold their complaint against AC(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and financial regulator Matthew Elderfield  at  the announcement last month of new Central Bank measures to deal with mortgage arrears. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

In 1913, commenting on excessive compensation of bankers in the US, then lawyer and later to become US Supreme Court justice Louis Brandeis sai(...)