Bank of Scotland

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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 (...)

At the end of December 2016, 27.8 per cent of the Lloyds Irish loans were in negative equity. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group has hired Deloitte to manage the group’s planned sale of its remaining Irish portfolio of more than €5 billion of mainly-performi(...)

Customers outside a Bank of Scotland (Ireland) branch in Dublin in 2010. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A High Court judge wants the Court of Appeal to decide significant legal issues “clearly of considerable public importance” potentially affecting hund(...)

Lloyds had £4.5 billion (€5.1 billion) of Irish retail loans as of the end of 2016, according to stock exchange filings. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group is actively considering the sale its remaining €5 billion-plus Irish mortgage book early next year in a move that would end its d(...)

Tetrarch Capital is planning further upgrades to the Citywest Hotel’s common areas and bedrooms, and its convention centre.

Irish investment group Tetrarch Capital is set to take full ownership of the Citywest Hotel in Saggart, Co Dublin, by buying out the interest of its (...)

Broadcaster Gay Byrne, who  with his wife and two daughters is facing a legal action from a financial fund relating to a €1 million loan provided by Bank of Scotland Ireland in 2007. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

A financial fund is seeking €1.2 million judgment orders against a partnership comprised of broadcaster Gay Byrne, his wife and their two daughters. (...)

The   Central Bank’s  new Dublin Docklands headquarters. The news that Irish banks are making bigger profits on mortgage lending than those in any other euro zone state will have stuck in the craw of anyone caught up in the tracker scandal. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

“Onwards and upwards!” shouted publican Martin Morrissey to cheers from other locals in Athenry, Co Galway, this week after Apple’s planned data centr(...)

Financial Services Union general secretary Larry Broderick has ruled out joining corporate boards after he retires next year. Photograph: Tommy Clancy

The head of the Financial Services Union (FSU), Larry Broderick, has called on the State to maintain a bonus cap on the bailed-out banks and set out a(...)

Gordon Brown: “Little has changed since the promise in 2009 that we bring finance to heel. The banks that were deemed ‘too big to fail’ are now even bigger than they were,” he writes. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

The UK should have followed the lead of Ireland, Iceland, Spain and Portugal in prosecuting rogue bankers the former British prime minister Gordon Bro(...)

The Central Bank holds originating lenders liable for issues in mortgages that have been sold on. Photograph: Getty Images

Bank of Scotland, which introduced European Central Bank tracker mortgages to the Irish market in 2001, has disclosed that it has identified 184 custo(...)

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