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David Duffy, CEO AIB,  welcomed the European Commission’s approval of the bank’s restructuring plan and said that the bank “remains focused on delivering against its strategic objectives, while supporting the ongoing recovery of the Irish economy”. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Allied Irish Bank must set targets for cost reductions and abstain from acquisitions until the end of 2017 under the terms of a new restructuring p(...)

The County Registrar’s court in Tralee has heard how  some people were deliberately ‘evading’ the bank’s legal agents. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A court in Tralee has heard how in several cases where financial institutions were applying for possession of property, there had been little o(...)

It’s the latest solution to the lack of supply in the property market, and is aimed at enabling the large number of people currently unable to (...)

Ulster Bank has argued that the claims of the  Cosgrave  brothers are  unsustainable and contended nine of the disputed instruments were entered into more than six years ago, with the effect the legal time period within which they could be challenged had elapsed.

Three brothers of the Cosgrave Property Group and one of their companies are claiming more than €250 million damages from Ulster Bank over alleged (...)

AIB and EBS customers will be able to move home and still retain their tracker mortgage.  Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Customers of AIB and EBS with tracker mortgages will be able to move home but still retain their mortgage terms. The decision follows an announ(...)

The Central Bank paid €11 million to three consultants for the balance sheet assessments that were carried out on AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB in the second half of last year

The Central Bank paid €11 million to three consultants for the balance sheet assessments that were carried out on AIB, Bank of Ireland and Perm(...)

Nama has succeeded in 14 of the 15 completed cases that have been taken against the State agency. In a case involving property developer Paddy McKillen, Nama was “partially unsuccessful”.

The National Asset Management Agency has been successful in 89 of the 90 completed legal cases in which it has been involved since it was set up in D(...)

House affordability in Dublin  has weakened and the first year of mortgage cost is 22.4 per cent of net income, expected to rise to 23.7 per cent by year end.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The annual cost of a mortgage for first time buyers has increased sharply in Dublin but remains stable outside the capital, according to the latest EB(...)

The dominance of AIB and Bank of Ireland is returning to levels last seen in the 1980s, said Dara Calleary

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has acknowledged the withdrawal of ACC and Danske Bank will have a negative impact on competition in the Irish ban(...)

Thomas Byrne (47) arriving at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court yesterday. Photograph: Collins Courts

Anglo Irish Bank and EBS engaged in reckless practices in lending to Thomas Byrne, it was suggested at the former solicitor’s theft and fraud trial.De(...)

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