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BMFS claimed the agreement was terminated over its refusal to engage in the mis-selling of financial products to customers. Photograph: iStock

A financial services company has secured a High Court injunction preventing EBS from terminating an agency agreement to operate three of the building (...)

Bank of Scotland Ireland’s former head office on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin in 2010. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Three overseas banks that quit the Irish market during the financial crisis have seen their number of cases related to the tracker mortgage scandal – (...)

The head of intermediary sales management at Permanent TSB told brokers on Thursday that cashback might not be available for mortgages approved after June 30th, the Sunday Times says

Cashback mortgages Mortgage brokers have been told to prepare for a likely withdrawal of cashback incentives later this year amid mounting concerns t(...)

A financial services firm has claimed its agreement to operate three branches of  EBS was terminated because it refused to engage in mis-selling of financial products

A financial services company has claimed before the High Court its agreement to operate three branches of the Educational Building Society (EBS) was t(...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane said in November that he expects some of the six mortgage lenders at the centre of the tracker scandal to be subject to enforcement actions during the course of this year.

The Republic’s mortgage lenders have paid out €647 million in refunds and compensation to customers caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal that goe(...)

Banks  wrongfully denied borrowers their right to a cheap mortgage linked to the European Central Bank’s main rate. Photograph: iStock

The number of borrowers affected by the Republic’s €1 billion tracker-mortgage scandal is nearing 40,000, according to figures in a report to be publi(...)

 Arising out of the woman’s refusal to comply with orders granting the receiver possession of the property she was jailed for contempt last May. She was released from Mountjoy Prison in late August after giving undertakings she and her children would vacate the property.

A woman and her former partner have broken back into and re-occupied their former south Dublin residence, forcing the new owner and his tenants onto t(...)

The authors suggest banning such products, as “it may encourage banks to compete more honestly on interest rates”. Illustration: iStock

Opting for a cashback mortgage could end up costing borrowers €30,000 more over the life of their mortgage, and younger and less-educated borrowers ar(...)

Central Bank governor  Philip Lane: number of cases identified as part of the industry-wide examination had risen to 38,400 at the end of August.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Some of the six Irish lenders under investigation by the Central Bank in relation to the State’s €1 billion tracker mortgage scandal can expect to rec(...)

Bernard Byrne: “I’m probably the longest-serving executive in Irish banking at this point in time. The attrition rate is pretty high.” Photograph: Julien Behal

It’s 10am on the morning after Dublin Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner in the Convention Centre Dublin, and AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne looks(...)

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