The tracker mortgage scandal has engulfed most of Ireland’s mortgage lenders and, in its report this week, the Central Bank said it continued to encou(...)

Derville Rowland and Philip Lane of the Central Bank. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Bringing criminal charges against banks found to have mistreated customers in the tracker mortgage scandal would be “relatively simple”, legal sources(...)

Former billionaire businessman Seán Quinn’s hotel group saw operating profit rise last year

Operating profit at former billionaire businessman Seán Quinn’s hotel group rose more than eight fold last year, its latest accounts show. Quinn Grou(...)

Tiarnan O’Mahoney, former chief operations officer at Anglo Irish Bank,  arrives at  Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. He has pleaded not guilty to conspiring to destroy, mutilate or falsify books and documents affecting or relating to the property or affairs of Anglo Irish Bank Corp PLC. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A former Anglo Irish Bank official has gone on trial charged with conspiring to destroy, mutilate or falsify records of accounts allegedly connected t(...)

Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald and Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan are to bring a memo to Cabinet today with wide-ranging proposals in the area of white-collar crime. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Whistleblowers will be granted immunity from prosecution if they expose financial crimes, the Government is expected to decide. Tánaiste Frances Fit(...)

Tiarnan O’Mahoney (58), formerly chief operations officer at Anglo Irish Bank, has pleaded not guilty to a charge that he conspired to destroy, mutilate or falsify books and documents belonging to the bank. Photograph: Collins

A jury has been sworn in for the trial of a former Anglo Irish Bank official on conspiracy charges. Tiarnan O’Mahoney (58), formerly chief operations(...)

Catherine Nevin (centre). File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Can Catherine Nevin’s conviction for the murder of her husband Tom be used by his relatives to disinherit her? Does the word “unborn” in the Constitut(...)

Guinness is sold in more than 150 countries, with 10 million glasses downed every day. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Reuters

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the favourite of them all? That is what we set out to find out a couple of weeks back when took to Twitter to see wh(...)

Big offender in terms of stiffing the taxpayer was IBRC at €35.8bn.

The cost of bailing out our domestic banks following the financial crash in late 2008 was laid bare in the latest report from the Comptroller & Au(...)

The Health Service Executive and child protection agency Tusla accounted for €1.9 billion of the €2.2 billion legal compensation costs to the State in 2016.

The total cost of outstanding compensation claims against the State jumped 22 per cent to €2.2 billion by the end of last year, figures published on F(...)