ICS’s mortgage error, Press Up’s €50m stake sale, and French flair at Ballyfin
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Damien Bastiat, who is bringing a touch of Gallic flaire to the luxury five-star Ballyfin resort in Co Laois. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times
More than 1,000 customers of ICS Mortgages may have had their ability to access new credit damaged as a result of an error in submitting information on their existing mortgages to the new credit register, run by the Central Bank of Ireland. Fiona Reddan reports
Irish hospitality group Press Up Entertainment, which is owned by Paddy McKillen jnr and other investors, is looking to raise up to ¤50 million through the sale of a 45 per cent stake in its business to investors. Ronald Quinlan has the details
In his weekly column, John FitzGerald argues that congestion charges might be the answer to the hole left in the Exchequer’s finances by motorists switching to electric cars.