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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(...)

Interest-only mortgages were more likely to be issued to buy-to-let borrowers in Dublin, the Central Bank said.

The Central Bank has warned of a potential mortgage arrears time bomb as the high number of interest-only loans taken out during the boom revert to fu(...)

A total of 29,801 new “restructure arrangements” were agreed during the first quarter of 2014. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Judging the success or failure of the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) was never going to be easy. It is tantamount to deciding what constitutes a (...)

The Central Bank said it has written to all the firms in each sector highlighting the findings of the review. It said it will continue to monitor advertisements for compliance with various regulatory requirements, to ensure that they work in the best interests of consumers.

A review of advertising standards in the financial sector has found 66 per cent of credit union advertisements were not in compliance with consumer re(...)

 Irish households have €40bn in deposit accounts according to new Central Bank figures. Photo: Bloomberg

The amount of money on deposit from Irish households has increased by €4 billion in the last year, new figures from the Central Bank show.The latest r(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland has issued a warning against a firm trading under the name Clarion Equity Management (Japan).

The Central Bank of Ireland has issued a warning against a firm trading under the name Clarion Equity Management (Japan), saying it is not authorised (...)

The site earmarked for the Anglo Irish Bank HQ at Spencer Dock which will now house the Central Bank. photograph: cyril byrne

Architectural Aluminium we hear has been picked as the preferred bidder to build the high-tech new eco-facade of the Central Bank of Ireland. Fittingl(...)

The Advisory Group will assist the Oireachtas committee in its proposal for the banking inquiry. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/THE IRISH TIMES

UCD economist Colm McCarthy, comptroller and auditor general Seamus McCarthy, and US economist Megan Greene are three of the nine members of the ad-ho(...)

Insurance companies have now shed some €342 million in government bond holdings since January of this year according to The Central Bank. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Irish resident insurance companies decreased their holding of Irish government bonds by 15 per cent from April to May, new figures from the Central Ba(...)

Members of the Oireachtas finance committee yesterday: (from left) Pearse Doherty, Stephen Donnelly, Liam Twomey, Ciarán Lynch and Michael McGrath. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Government needs to overhaul the new insolvency regime and amend the mortgage-to-rent scheme to help resolve the mortgage arrears crisis in Irelan(...)

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