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Derville Rowland said  Central Bank is continuing to look at ‘individual accountability’ in relation to the tracker-mortgage scandal as enforcement investigations into lenders continue. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank’s director general for financial conduct said the regulator plans to use its inquiry process “more routinely” to pursue individuals s(...)

The Central Bank has imposed almost €82 million of fines on four lenders in the past two years for their involvement in the industry-wide tracker mortgage scandal. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB), set up three years ago in the wake of the tracker mortgage scandal, plans to assess where banks have learned “(...)

AIB was fined €420,000, while EBS, which the bank took over in 2011 under a Government direction in the middle of the financial crisis, received a penalty of €195,000.

The European Central Bank (ECB) has fined AIB and its EBS subsidiary a total of €615,000 for miscalculating its capital needs over a two-year period. (...)

‘If you’re on a fixed-rate mortgage, you will be constrained should you wish to switch.’

And just like that, about 28 per cent of the Irish mortgage market appears to be up for grabs with the confirmed departure of Ulster Bank and planned (...)

This is the fourth time Ulster Bank has been fined by the Central Bank since the financial crisis. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank’s announcement on Thursday that it has fined Ulster Bank a record €37.8 million for its role in the tracker mortgage scandal brings t(...)

The latest sanction is Ulster Bank’s fourth Central Bank fine in less than a decade. Photograph: iStock

The Central Bank’s move to fine Ulster Bank in the Republic €37.8 million for its involvement in the industry-wide tracker mortgage scandal, dating ba(...)

Banks came into 2020 nervous over Brexit, Central Bank (above) mortgage rules and a dysfunctional housing market – that hasn’t gone away.

If 2020 saw Covid-19 deliver the biggest shock to the banking industry since the financial crash, 2021 will tell whether the system really learned the(...)

The Central Bank has previously said that it has been in regular contact with An Garda Síochána and other authorities throughout its wider examination of the tracker issue. Photograph: iStock

The Central Bank has submitted reports of suspected criminal offences to An Garda Síochána in relation to its investigation into the State’s tracker-m(...)

Ryanair is the worst ranked Irish company in terms of customer experience

Ryanair, Aer Lingus, Bus Éireann, Eir and Vodafone have been ranked among the worst Irish organisations for customer service during the Covid crisis. (...)

Paschal Donohoe planned to introduce laws in early 2019 to give the Central Bank more powers to make top bankers accountable for failings under their watch.  File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Minister for Finance Pascal Donohoe’s officials are seeking the advice of the Attorney General’s office on the constitutionality of a planned laws aim(...)

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