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Banks have  acknowledged an increasing number of  customers caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal   amid increasing public and political uproar

The number of borrowers caught up in an industry-wide tracker mortgage scandal has surged by two-thirds to 33,700 in the space of 12 weeks, driven by (...)

The Central Bank said  it expects lenders will have  commenced engagement with affect customers by  mid-2017.

Some 8,200 mortgage accounts holders have been identified so far as having been denied a tracker rate by their lender here, the Central Bank of Irelan(...)

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Mark Hilliard Mortgage arrears among the six main lenders in Ireland have continued to fall, according to new figures released by the Department of F(...)

Jerry Beades, of the New Land League, talks to the media at Gorse Hill in Killiney, Co Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

If politics is show business for ugly people, then what is the courts system, especially as it pertains to publicity-conscious lay litigants? A clutch(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan Mr Noonan is scheduled to meet the heads of six banks over the next two weeks. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan will today begin a series of meetings with banks to discuss the issue of standard variable mortgage (SVR) rates. T(...)

The banking inquiry heard that in the 10 years to 2005, Anglo Irish Bank grew from being a “small player” to one with a significant market share and businesses in the UK and the US.

Anglo Irish Bank’s former head of lending in Ireland has told the Oireachtas banking inquiry a board decision in 2006 not to take on new development l(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank head of lending Tom Browne told the banking inquiry: “a decision was taken that no new clients with development funding proposals would be entertained.” Photograph: Oireachtas TV

Anglo Irish Bank’s former head of lending in Ireland has told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry that a board decision in 2006 not to take on new developm(...)

Michael Noonan: he wants the banks to conduct publicity campaigns to inform customers of their options in securing a lower rate

Some 300,000 people with standard variable rate (SVR) home loans look set to benefit from reduced monthly mortgage payments from July.Minister for Fi(...)

Mr Noonan said there was agreement from all lenders that customers should have access to more competitive mortgage products

Homeowners with standard variable mortgages (SVR) look set to benefit from reduced interest rates from July.Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said h(...)

Following the agreement, the court made absolute a conditional order, granted last week, which gave AIB priority over Mr O’Reilly’s other creditors in relation to the shares. Photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

Agreement has been reached between a number of creditors of businessman Tony O’Reilly relating to AIB’s efforts to get a priority charge over €2.7 mi(...)

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