Central Bank

3063 results

KPMG, the special liquidator of what remains of  Irish Nationwide, is seeking damages from Michael Fingleton and his board for alleged failures in their duties to the society.

Michael Fingleton, the former managing director of Irish Nationwide, has been accused of having an “unusual and excessive concentration” of power that(...)

Has the Central Bank hit the target in its trawl for a new chief economist?This week, it announced it has hired Gabriel Fagan from the ECB to take cha(...)

Shortly before his death in June 2011, the late Brian Lenihan wondered aloud during a phone conversation with a colleague who had worked with him on t(...)

Courchevel ski resort in the French Alps, where Ice Mountain bought two hotels.

State-owned Irish Nationwide Building Society lost €20 million on an unorthodox loan to a French ski resort backed by a company owned by Monaco- base(...)

The Central Bank  has  issued a warning to consumers that Thüngen Financial (Luxembourg) has not been authorised as an investment firm. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

The Central Bank of Ireland has today issued a warning to consumers that Thüngen Financial (Luxembourg) has not been authorised as an investment firm (...)

Gabriel Fagan joins the Central Bank from the European Central Bank, where he held a number of key roles

The Central Bank has announced the appointment of Gabriel Fagan to the role of chief economist.Mr Fagan replaces Lars Frisell, who was appointed chief(...)

The Government is planning new legislation to protect borrowers whose loans were sold to unregulated financial entities in the wake of the crash.Up to(...)

Garrett Cassidy, MD Circle Internet Financial and Peter Oakes former Central Bank Director, making the first bitcoin  transaction in Krust, Dublin’s first Bitcoin Bakery in Aungier Street with delighted co-owners Robert Kramer and Garret Flower and manager Brant Wihlidal (middle). Photograph: Alan Betson

The country’s first bakery to accept bitcoins completed its first transaction yesterday in Dublin with a former director of the Central Bank of Ire(...)

Former AIB auditor Eugene McErlean. Photograph: Eric Luke

In 2001, AIB's former group internal auditor Eugene McErlean warned about a major overcharging problem at the bank. Later, when the Central Bank wa(...)

Rents have recently increased but are still off boom-time peaks and property values are still down more than 40 per cent or more from the peak. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Interest-only mortgages were one of the more lethal banking products developed during the boom and their full effect has yet to be felt. The Central B(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 247
  • 248
  • 249
  • 250
  • 251
  • 252
  • 253
  • Next
  • Last »