John Purcell (left) with Michael Fingletion and Michael Walsh at an Irish Nationwide Building Society
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The Central Bank has failed to stop a former director of Irish Nationwide Building Society pursuing various claims against it, including of neglige(...)

Former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank Sean FitzPatrick who has been granted legal aid for his upcoming trial on charges of failing to disclose loans from another bank. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean Fitzpatrick has been granted legal aid for his upcoming trial on charges of failing to disclose loans from anoth(...)

 Nationwide Building Society, Britain’s biggest customer-owned lender, more than doubled its first-quarter profit. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Nationwide Building Society, Britain’s biggest customer-owned lender, more than doubled its first-quarter profit, it said this morning. Underlying pro(...)

Developer Larry O’Mahony  was involved in the disastrous Priory Hall apartment scheme

  The former Shrewsbury Road home of developer Larry O’Mahony has been put on the market today with an asking price of €6 million. O’Mahon(...)

A timely redevelopment opportunity for a new office building in Dublin’s south inner city goes on the market today when Knight Frank begin marketin(...)

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(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean Fitzpatrick faces 12 counts of failing to disclose to auditors Ernst & Young the true value of loans worth at least €139 million given to him or people connected to him, by Irish Nationwide Building Society. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick on charges of failing to tell the bank’s auditors about loans he received has been put (...)

We need a vision for banking that ensures the events that led up to the bailout don’t happen again.

While we slowly gear up for a banking inquiry early next year by members of the Oireachtas to investigate the events that led to the collapse of the f(...)

The IBRC, formerly Anglo Irish Bank, has lodged an action claiming more than €50 million damages against the bank’s former auditors Ernst & Young over an alleged failure to uncover alleged ‘improper’ loan transactions. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Director of Public Prosecutions has secured a stay on any public hearings of pre-trial matters in the IBRC’s (the former Anglo Irish Bank) action (...)

Zendesk, the cloud-based customer-service software platform, is setting up its European data centre in a newly occupied office building overloo(...)