Michael Fingleton, along with several other former officers of INBS, is the subject of a Central Bank inquiry due to begin hearings next year. Photograph:  Eric Luke / The Irish Times

An application by former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive Michael Fingleton for a stay on a Central Bank inquiry from proceeding has (...)

Central Bank building in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank was aware of a property bubble from early 2004, a former employee has claimed. In a written statement to the Oireachtas banking inqui(...)

The Central Bank  says there is a strong public interest that it inquires into allegations that certain prescribed contraventions were committed by INBS.

The inquiry into alleged regulatory breaches at Irish Nationwide Building Society by the Central Bank not only enjoys the “presumption of constitution(...)

Michael Fingleton  arriving at the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Photograph: Eric Luke

In almost four hours of evidence yesterday, Fingers revealed that he examined his pension scheme around 1992 and discovered that he would get a better(...)

The Central Bank imposed a €5m fine it will not collect

Irish Nationwide Building Society has admitted to multiple breaches following a Central Bank investigation. INBS admitted to breaching financial serv(...)

Former taoiseach and minister for finance Brian Cowen returned to the Oireachtas banking inquiry at Leinster House yesterday to defend his role in gov(...)

 Patrick Honohan, governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, arriving at the Banking Inquiry at Leinster House, Dublin, June 25th, 2015. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A senior European official warned that Ireland could be a Lehman Brothers moment for Europe, the banking inquiry was told on Thursday. It was a refere(...)

Finance official Kevin Cardiff. Mr Cardiff has submitted a report to the Oireachtas banking inquiry containing his assessment of the events surrounding the bank guarantee and bailout. Photograph: Courtpix

Kevin Cardiff’s submission to the Oireachtas banking inquiry brings a new perspective to the turmoil which brought Ireland’s banks and then the State (...)

Independent TD Catherine Murphy. Ms Murphy sparked an incident earlier this week when, using Dáil privilege,  she said had received information that businessman Denis O’Brien was paying a rate of about 1.25 per cent on his massive loans from IBRC and that this rate represented a ‘subsidy’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The bruising encounter between the Oireachtas, parts of the media and billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien over the past three weeks has shifted the (...)

Sean Fitzpatrick leaving the Central Criminal Court. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The jury has been discharged in the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick over the alleged failure to disclose millions of eur(...)