Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe is  set to “admonish” bank chiefs  over the delay in dealing with  thousands of  people affected by the tracker mortgage controversy. File photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will rap bank chief executives on the knuckles when he meets them next week to discuss the tracker mortgage contr(...)

In effect variable rate customers ended up delivering a second bailout to the banks, in addition to €64 billion injected in 2009.

For taxpaying variable mortgage holders it seems like every way you look at this you lose. For years they have been forced to pay exorbitant interest (...)

Charleville Credit Union. Photograph: Google Street View

People in Charleville have welcomed the news that Mallow Credit Union has expressed an interest in establishing a branch in the town after a provision(...)

Yesterday the Central Bank disclosed that just 25 per cent of customers impacted by the tracker mortgage scandal have received redress and compensation.

The cost of resolving the on-going tracker mortgage issue may reach as much as €500 million, Investec said this morning, as there is likely to be a “(...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane: will be grilled by the Oireachtas finance committee on the  saga  of the tracker rate scandal. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Remember that television ad from the Financial Regulator in 2007 where the grey-haired man stands up on the double decker bus and declares “I don’t kn(...)

Governor of the Central Bank Philip Lane has defended the pace of the inquiry into tracker mortgages, which started more than two years ago. Photograph: Alan Betson

Thousands of homeowners wrongly pushed off tracker mortgages by their banks may still be unaware that they are being overcharged, the Central Bank has(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland’s headquarters in Dublin’s docklands. The regulator has been investigating issues around tracker mortgages for the past two years. Photograph: Alan Betson

The reputation of the Irish banking sector has been in tatters since the financial collapse which led to the State bailout. So you would think that th(...)

Only 23 per cent of the 13,000 mortgage borrowers who were wrongly moved from their tracker rate have received redress and compensation so far, the Central Bank has said.

Why is the tracker mortgage scandal back in the news? The Central Bank on Tuesday issued a new report saying just 25 per cent of customers hit by the(...)

Deputy governor Ed Sibley

A hard Brexit with no transition period is increasingly likely, the Central Bank’s deputy governor Ed Sibley has warned. In a speech delivered at a F(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland’s headquarters in Dublin’s docklands. The regulator has been investigating issues around tracker mortgages for the past two years. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Just 25 per cent of customers impacted by the tracker mortgage scandal have received redress and compensation so far, a new report from the Central Ba(...)