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The Central Bank has issued a range of measures on debt management.   Photograph: Alan Betson

Greater protections have been introduced for consumers using debt management services including a ban on payments for client referrals or leads. Debt (...)

The sale of the group’s Irish pension and advisory business for €13.5 million  is expected to complete before the end of the year

Financial services group IFG, which sold its Irish pension administration and advisory businesses to Willis Ireland in August, has said it expects ful(...)

PIBA director Rachel Doyle said todaythat if introduced, the Central Bank’s proposals would impact young people’s ability to make any other contribution towards their financial future, including prudent pension planning, quite apart from using up, at a very early stage, tax free family inheritances.

The consequences of the Central Bank’s proposals to restrict mortgage lending will be “far more far reaching than many realise”, PIBA, the Professiona(...)

The Central Bank has issued a warning against an unauthorised investment firm trading as Zenith Capital Ventures (Hong Kong).

The Central Bank has issued a warning against an unauthorised investment firm trading as Zenith Capital Ventures (Hong Kong). The entity is not author(...)

Brian Hayes: there “seems to be a lack of understanding on the part of the ECB as to the specific nature of tracker mortgages and the number of them on the books of Irish banks”

MEP for Dublin Brian Hayes has disputed Central Bank figures for Irish mortgage rates and plans to raise the matter with the European Central Bank, w(...)

 Irish mortgage rates are still significantly higher than the Euro area average. (Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire)

Interest rates for new mortgages grew by an average of 25 basis points from August to September, statistics from the Central Bank showed today, with t(...)

A computer-generated view of the exterior of the planned new Central Bank, which will be built on a Dublin docklands site once earmarked as a head office for the former Anglo Irish Bank

It’s the little things that make a building truly fantastic. The Central Bank of Ireland’s new €140 million eco-headquarters will be a striking additi(...)

Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton: Banks should return to “normal operational capacities’’.  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Tánaiste Joan Burton has called on the banks to make competitive mortgages available to house-buyers. She said they should return to “normal operation(...)

Ulster Bank has been fined €3.5 million  after an IT failure prevented thousands of customers being able to use their accounts over a month.  The fine is the highest imposed by the Central Bank of Ireland and has been accepted by RBS-owned Ulster Bank. About 600,000 customers were unable to access cash at bank machines and make payments, and many saw delays in getting money into their accounts during 28 days in June and July 2012.  Bank. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Anyone affected by Ulster Bank’s almost total failure to function as a bank for four weeks over two years ago might be forgiven for arching an eyebrow(...)

Industry players are looking for an easing of the criteria on loan to value ratios Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Loan to value (LTV) ratios are the talk of the town at the minute thanks to the Central Bank’s decision to publish new rules for lenders around home l(...)

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