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The figures indicate that there were 84,955 accounts in arrears of over 90 days, equivalent to 11.2 per cent of all mortgages.

The number of mortgages in arrears continues to fall, according to new figures from the Central Bank. The data show that a total of 117,889 mortgage a(...)

Patrick Honohan, governor of the Central Bank of Ireland: The average rate being charged by Irish banks is 4.51 per cent rather than the 3.47 per cent that has been stated previously in official figures. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The appearance last week of Central Bank of Ireland governor Patrick Honohan before the Oireachtas finance committee was both revealing and somewhat d(...)

Patrick O’Brien was appointed to oversee a restructuring and change in name from Quinn Insurance. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Patrick O’Brien has resigned as chief executive of Liberty Insurance Ireland and will be replaced by Tom McIlduff, subject to the approval of the Ce(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has also said the mortgage proposals from the Central Bank should be softened. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A senior advisory group to Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said new mortgage proposals from the Central Bank will make it difficult for first-time buyers (...)

A protest against water charges in Dublin last month.  Economist Jim Power warned on Tuesday that the only chance the current government has of getting back into power is another year of economic growth to facilitate a give away Budget next October. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

The Government’s decision to ignore the advice of the Troika and the Fiscal Advisory Council in opting for a less punitive budgetary approach in Budge(...)

The Central Bank has reprimanded and fined Provident Personal Credit Limited €105,000 for breaches of the legislation relating to certain moneylending(...)

Ulster Bank headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Ulster Bank plans to capitalise on the bounce-back in consumer spending by making a big push into the consumer finance market through the issue of mo(...)

Former secretary general of the Department of Finance John Moran said a balance sheet for the domestic banking sector effectively ‘didn’t exist’ in 2010. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

There was effectively no balance sheet available to give an overview of the Irish domestic banking sector as late as 2010, the former secretary genera(...)

Enda Kenny: voters must choose between pro-enterprise parties or those on “the left and ultra-left”. Photograph: The Irish Times

Voters will face a clear choice in the next general election between choosing a coalition led by Fine Gael or one led by Sinn Féin, Taoiseach Enda Ken(...)

Regulations signed into law by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, will require individual credit unions to pay a stabilisation levy equivialent to 0.22 per cent of their total assets every year.

Credit unions will next year begin paying a new levy to fund a scheme that will provide support for any of these organisations that require financial (...)

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