Last year the Central Bank imposed a record €12million in fines on institutions ranging from high street banks to specialist mortgage lenders

The woman leading Ireland’s drive to restore its reputation for effective financial regulation says the country is “a long way down the road” in clean(...)

Independent TD Joan Collins is appealing against a three judge High Court’s rejection of her challenge to the issuing of some €31bn promissory notes to Anglo, Irish Nationwide Building Society and Educational Building Society.

A law enacted at the height of the financial crisis in 2008 gave the Minister for Finance power to give financial support to credit institutions and t(...)

The Financial Services Ombudsman is sending   500 complaints about loss of cheap tracker mortgages to the Central Bank

Tracker mortgages A casebook of almost 500 complaints relating to the loss by homeowners of cheap tracker mortgages has been sent by the Financial Se(...)

Rogue trader John Rusnak: pleaded guilty to defrauding AIB subsidiary Allfirst in 2002 and was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison. He has since run a dry-cleaning and laundry business in the Baltimore area

John Rusnak, the rogue trader who cost AIB $691 million, has said he will not testify at a US trial in which the bank is suing Citibank for (...)

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany. Photograph: Reuters

European shares hit fresh three-month highs yesterday, rising in thin trade as expectations grew for aggressive European Central Bank (ECB) (...)

The closure of Clery’s department store had a “catastrophic” effect on its cashflow. Best was a concession holder operating its largest store from Clery’s premises.

A survival scheme preserving 130 of 200 jobs has been approved by the High Court for the company operating Best menswear stores, along with other fash(...)

Allied Irish Banks plans to return to the subordinated bond market for the first time since the financial crisis as it prepares to start repaying its (...)

Mr Alan Ahearne is addressing the Banking inquiry in Dublin today. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The EU-IMF Troika veteod a proposal to impose haircuts on about €4 billion worth of senior unguaranteed bondholders in late 2010, a special adviser to(...)

The Oireachtas banking inquiry will spend this month trawling through some of the contradictory evidence provided by witnesses questioned during its e(...)

Since the crash, banks have been hesitant to lend to builders even as borrowing costs for banks plunge. (Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times)

Alan Merriman used to chase Irish real-estate developers around Dublin, competing with other bankers to lend them money before the market’s crash dev(...)

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