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It is highly likely that news of the strategic review will prompt an approach from 75 per cent State-owned PTSB for Ulster Bank. Photograph: Alan Betson

It was understandable why Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) hired investment bank Morgan Stanley back in 2014 to look into how it could retreat from the Re(...)

The Shannon-based group services about 60,000 residential mortgages on behalf of third parties as well providing finance itself in Ireland

Mortgage servicing and lending firm Pepper Ireland is to cease commercial lending in Ireland, citing “increasingly challenging market conditions”. Th(...)

Eamonn Crowley: “This move goes a long way to addressing the discrepancy which traditionally existed between our pricing for new and existing mortgage customers.”  Photograph: Maxwellphotography.ie

Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) new chief executive, Eamonn Crowley, is rejigging the lender’s mortgage offering by cutting its standard variable rate for the (...)

On Tuesday, Mr Justice Charles Meenan ruled Mr Buttimer’s reply to the Statute of Limitations claim has only been dealt with by him in a general way.

A man whose €250,000 investment in a property fund was hit by the economic crash of 2007/08 has sued Bank of Scotland (BoS) and Friends First Life Ass(...)

Customers not meeting the terms of agreed restructuring arrangements will be required to complete standard financial statements if seeking payment breaks, PTSB said. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB is holding back from offering mortgage holders already in arrears the full standard three-month mortgage payment break that banks in the(...)

Lloyds disclosed in its 2013 annual report that HMRC had rejected how the bank had used losses built up by its defunct Bank of Scotland (Ireland) unit after the crash. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group, which has been in a standoff for more than six years with UK authorities over the tax treatment of Irish crisis-era losses, has (...)

 The court heard that while Nama had some initial objections to the PIA, it was now consenting to its approval. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has approved a Personal Insolvency Arrangement (PIA) allowing a man to write down almost all of his €60 million debts. On Monday, Mr J(...)

The Supreme Court has dismissed, by a two to one majority, a Co Donegal property developer’s appeal over a €9.2m judgment granted against him arising from guarantees over unpaid loans to his building company.

The Supreme Court has dismissed, by a two to one majority, a Co Donegal property developer’s appeal over a €9.2 million judgment granted against him a(...)

Photograph: iStock

The Supreme Court has dismissed, by a two to one majority, a Co Donegal property developer’s appeal over a €9.2 million judgment granted against him a(...)

Experienced Irish public relations executive Brendan Bracken, who died this week aged 72.

Respected Irish public relations executive Brendan Bracken has died after a long illness. He was 72. Mr Bracken worked in the IDA Ireland press offi(...)

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