Michael Fingleton: Accepted that the bonuses paid by the building society were “excessive”. Photograph: Collins 5:01

A bit like French cabaret singer Edith Piaf, Michael Fingleton has no regrets. Why would he when he has a €30 million pension pot to draw from? “Fing(...)

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(...)

Former Irish Nationwide  chairman Michael Walsh who told the Banking Inquiry of his  regret at how many families had suffered from the ‘era of austerity’. He accepted many mistakes were made by Irish Nationwide, and other Irish financial institutions.

The former chairman of Irish Nationwide Building Society has expressed his regret about the events that led to the banking crisis in Ireland but said (...)

 PTSB recently put in place a   financial redress scheme relating to its “failure” to offer a tracker interest rate for some 1,370 mortgage account holders who came off fixed rates from 2006 onwards.   Photograph: Alan Betson

Some mortgage customers of State-owned Permanent TSB have been informed that the majority of the money they are owed from the bank’s failure to offer (...)

Former chief executive of Irish Nationwide Building Society  arriving at the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry. Photograph: Eric Luke

(...) taxpayers, it will need to offer up some meaty recommendations for the future. No pressure. Twitter: @CiaranHancock(...)

The average refund by AIB was €543, including compensatory interest. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

AIB has paid €3.7 million to some 6,855 business customers who were overcharged as a result of an error in relation to their overdrafts. The average (...)

Former Irish Life & Permanent chief executive Denis Casey will not  now appear at the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry on Thursday. File photograph: Collins Courts

Former Irish Life & Permanent chief executive Denis Casey will not now have to appear at the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry on Thursday following an i(...)

Brian Hayes: had suggested to Marco Buti that the ECB could use its asset-backed securities programme as a vehicle to take tracker loans from the Irish banks onto its books

Squeezing mortgage interest rates through “political pressure” could undermine the progress made by Ireland towards “healing the domestic financial sy(...)

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(...)

Who you gonna call? Not Eircom anymore, apparently.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Management at Eircom, Ireland’s biggest telecoms group, is planning to rebrand the company, some 16 years after it took on its current name. The com(...)