Taxpayers committed €29.3 billion to Anglo and €5.4 billion to INBS during the financial crisis, and face a minimal recovery on this, if anything. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A group of Anglo Irish Bank junior bondholders, who resisted attempts to make them share the failed lender’s losses, are set to recoup all that they a(...)

Patrick Honohan: The then Central Bank governor told Department of Finance officials in 2015 there was a “moral case”  to find a way to prevent Anglo junior bondholders recovering anything.

The Attorney General’s Office warned the Government it could not prevent a likely repayment of almost €270 million owed to a group of junior bondholde(...)

The IBRC offices in 2013 at Connaught House on Burlington Road.

A group of Anglo Irish Bank junior bondholders, who rebuffed attempts to make them share the failed lender’s losses, are now set to recover all of the(...)

Up to 185,000 Irish office workers have been victims of a phishing scam, a new survey has claimed.

An inquiry into Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) is set to consider this week how it can proceed with public hearings that have effectively be(...)

Former  taoiseach Brian Cowen’s government had to pump capital into Anglo Irish Bank as its bad loans soared following the property crash. Taxpayers committed €29.3 billion  by the end of 2010.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The special liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), the entity that absorbed failed lenders Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Bui(...)

Declan Ganley argues that Denis O’Brien’s assertion of conspiracy against him “has not been properly particularised, has not been distinguished from defamation and is bound to fail”. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Businessman Declan Ganley is asking the High Court to throw out the legal action taken against him by telecoms rival Denis O’Brien. In documents fil(...)

The Government appointed retired High Court judge John Cooke in June 2017 to investigate Nama’s £1.24 billion (€1.38 billion) sale in 2014 of the portfolio to US distressed-debt firm Cerberus.

The Commission of Investigation into the National Asset Management Agency’s (Nama) controversial sale of its Project Eagle portfolio in the North has (...)

Tom McMenamin was one of four senior executives at INBS that have been subject to an ongoing public inquiry into matters at INBS between August, 2004 and the end of September, 2008, when the State was forced to step in and guarantee its six main lenders.

The Central Bank has fined Irish Nationwide Building Society’s (INBS) former head of commercial lending, Tom McMenamin, €23,000 and barred him from a (...)

Patricia Quinn was adjudicated bankrupt in 2011 on the application of IBRC. Photograph: Collins

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation has obtained a €121 million judgment against Patricia Quinn, wife of businessman Seán Quinn. The judgment means Mrs(...)

Clontarf Castle in Dublin, which is operated by the Tifco hotel chain.

Documents compiled for Tifco, the State’s second-largest hotel group, suggest US distressed assets fund, Apollo Global, recently bought the company fo(...)

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