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Con Horan’s secondment to Europe finishes in December. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Central Bank has yet to “make a decision,” on what position Con Horan, its prudential director during the boom, will return to when he finishes a (...)

Bastions of secrecy

Twenty years ago John Bruton promised, on taking office as taoiseach, that his government would operate “as transparently as if it were working behind(...)

Notices on the cancellation of policies from Setanta are to be published in national newspapers

The Central Bank has advised that all polices issued by Setanta Insurance, the Malta-registered company that has gone into liquidation, are to be canc(...)

A conference in Dublin heard how people were sacrificing quality of life to meet mortgage obligations, with homeowners selling belongings, cars and furniture, or going without food to ensure they kept up repayments.

The next “big wave” of homelessness is likely to come among former home-owners as repossessions “escalate” from this summer onwards, a conference i(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan made the announcement yesterday in response to a question from Fianna Fáil’s finance spokesman Michael McGrath. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) intends to accept all third-party claims against insurance policies written by Setanta Insurance Company,(...)

In the fourth quarter of 2013, the firm paid a dividend of $800 million to its parent, Citibank Holdings Ltd.

Pre-tax profits at the main Irish arm of Citibank last year fell by 15 per cent to $823.1 million (€593.2 million).Accounts filed by the Dublin-based (...)

Guilty as charged, but in mitigation of their crime Judge Martin Nolan found the two former Anglo Irish Bank directors, Pat Whelan and Willie McAteer,(...)

Anna Snyder: I had a lot of fun writing 24 Hours Dublin, the result of years of exploring the city while I lived there and researching it when I didn’t

It was 2007 when I first came to Dublin, at the apex of the Celtic Tiger-fuelled age of optimism and prosperity. While I’d done some travelling bef(...)

Patrick Honohan, Governor at the Central Bank of Ireland: like the Greek tragic hero however, his prophecies – while timely and probably true – may well be ignored. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The economic Cassandras are hard at work these days, led yesterday by no greater authority than the Governor of the Central Bank. Like the Greek tragi(...)

A liquidator has been appointed to Setanta Insurance, which collapsed earlier this month.The Dublin-based insurance firm, which was licensed by the Ma(...)

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