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Ennis Property Finance has brought proceedings against a couple and their two adult sons

A fund is seeking summary judgment for €1.6 million against a couple and their two adult sons over default on a number of property loans. Ennis Prope(...)

The remnant of ACC Bank, which eked out a small profit last year for the first time since the onset of the financial crisis, expects that it will ultimately recover less than half of its remaining €3.2 billion loan book

The remnant of ACC Bank, which eked out a small profit last year for the first time since the onset of the financial crisis, expects that it will ulti(...)

Ireland’s ratio of non-performing loans remains well above the EU average of about 5 per cent.

Ireland’s main banks are considering new ways to shift loans in trouble off their balance sheets as they face mounting pressure from the European Cent(...)

Bluestone Asset Finance has raised €30m by securitising a portfolio of over 2,500 car loans. Photograph: iStock

Bluestone Asset Finance, a financial services group, has raised €30 million by refinancing car loans after selling bonds on the open market. This is(...)

Glen of the Downs Golf Club: A “task force” of former members is believed to be among a number of interests bidding to buy the property out of receivership

AIB Bank has been granted judgment for €751,890 against Delgany businessman Michael Doyle (73), who claims ownership of the 107 acres on which the no(...)

On April 15th last, Pentire wrote to her threatening appointment of a receiver unless she immediately paid off the €270,000 loan, court told. File photograph: Getty Images

A shopkeeper has claimed a fund which took over her mortgage is using “extraordinarily aggressive tactics” to force her to refinance or else sell the (...)

Tesco first entered the Irish credit card market back in 2000, shaking up the banking sector

UK grocer Tesco is to stop offering its credit card in the Irish market, in a further blow for Irish consumers left with a shrinking number of financi(...)

The University of Melbourne is among the 45 third-level institutions planning on using Digitary’s platform

Digitary, a Dublin-headquartered company behind a popular digital documents platform used by third-level institutions across the world, has signed a d(...)

It’s all change on the Dublin drinking scene these days with a new breed of pub barons taking over

It’s nearly time to place the next order on the carousel that is the Dublin pubs market After filing plans last week to flatten Howl at the Moon pub,(...)

Glen of the Downs Golf Club. In the High Court, Ms Justice Caroline Costello said businessman Michael Doyle was not entitled to various injunctions allowing him to retake possession of the club.

A businessman has failed to get High Court injunctions allowing him to retake possession of the Glen of the Downs Golf Course in Co Wicklow from a re(...)

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