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“Should Matthew Elderfield land a big and well-paid job at Lloyds there will no doubt be some who will begrudge him his success and point out that he has not finished the job he started.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Nothing, it seems, has become Matthew Elderfield so well as the manner of the departure. As you would hope and expect, the regulator seems to b(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Matthew Elderfield reportedly poised to take post in Lloyds. Photo: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Lloyds Banking Group, Britain's biggest mortgage lender, is in talks to hire Central Bank deputy governor Matthew Elderfield, according to a re(...)

Ms Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan directed the examiner to prepare a report outlining a survival scheme for Foley’s within three weeks. Photograph: Eric Luke

The High Court has confirmed an examiner to companies operating the family-run Foley’s bar and restaurant business, and the adjoining O’Reilly’(...)

Up to five potential buyers submitted formal bids for Barna Waste to adviser Grant Thornton, which had been overseeing a sale of the troubled business

Several rivals offered to buy Barna Waste about 24 hours before it sought High Court protection from its creditors yesterday. The court y(...)

The High Court has been urged to continue court protection for the family-run Foley’s bar and restaurant and the adjoining O’Reilly’s bar on Dublin(...)

Many of the apartments at Clancy quay look directly across the River Liffey to the Phoenix Park

A new development of 420 apartments on the site of the former Clancy Barracks overlooking the River Liffey at Islandbridge, Du(...)

Bank of Scotland’s demand that a Dublin businessman’s company repay €1.06 million within 45 minutes to a nominated bank account on a Fri(...)

Former HBOS chief executive Sir James Crosby

Sir James Crosby must be given some credit for volunteering to forgo a chunk of his lucrative HBOS pension and, in an unprecedented move yesterday,(...)

AIB Headquarters

AIB’s plan to shave €350 million off its cost base continues a five-year trend across Irish banks to reduce their overheads in a bid to stay af(...)

The British Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards report said estimated impairments in Ireland between 2008 and 2011 totalled £10.9 billion,equivalent to 36 per cent of Halifax’s loan book at the end of 2008. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Bailed-out British lender HBOS was so badly run it would have failed even without the 2008 financial crisis and the regulator should consider b(...)

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