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AIB has so far identified up to 4,602 customers who were either wrongly denied low-cost loans tied to the ECB benchmark or charged the wrong rate. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The country’s banks are set to acknowledge thousands of additional cases of overcharging next week as the Central Bank presses them to finally draw a (...)

The apartments were substantially upgraded by David Carson, receiver of Jarmar Properties Limited, prior to the sale

One of the last remaining large-scale Dublin city centre apartment developments offered for sale in a single lot by the National Asset Management Agen(...)

CSO figures show planning permissions for housing units rose by nearly 21 per cent to 11,148 in the first three quarters of 2017. Photograph: Frank Miller

The number planning permissions granted for apartment units has unexpectedly fallen, despite several Government initiatives to promote higher-density(...)

420 owner-occupier homes were repossessed by lenders in the third quarter of 2017, up from 340 in the previous quarter. Photograph: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

Home repossession rates in the State are rising but remain low relative to expectations at the height of the financial crisis. The Central Bank’s lat(...)

The debt acquired and cancelled yesterday was a floating rate treasury bond that had been due to mature on June 18th, 2047. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Central Bank has sold a further €500 million tranche of debt connected with the collapse of Anglo Irish Bank. The latest transaction brings to €9.(...)

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society on Grafton St. Photograph: Frank Miller

Irish Nationwide Building Society’s former chairman, Michael Walsh, warned the Central Bank in 2007 of the impending financial crash and presided over(...)

Facebook has announced that it will no longer book non-US revenues from large advertisers through its Dublin unit. When fully implemented, the decis(...)

The Central Bank said the final deal was still subject to complex negotiations, which could swing in different directions.

Brexit continues to pose a serious risk to the Irish economy despite last week’s apparent deal on the Irish Border, the Economic and Social Research I(...)

Irish Nationwide;s former chief Michael Fingleton arrives to give evidence to the Central Bank inquiry on its collapse.Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The former chief executive of Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS), Michael Fingleton, has claimed the Central Bank was out to get him before proc(...)

The hearings into practices at Irish Nationwide will continue into next year. Photograph: Alan Betson

An inquiry into alleged lending practice breaches at Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) has heard conflicting accounts from former chief executi(...)

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