KBC Bank Ireland

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It is highly likely that news of the strategic review will prompt an approach from 75 per cent State-owned PTSB for Ulster Bank. Photograph: Alan Betson

It was understandable why Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) hired investment bank Morgan Stanley back in 2014 to look into how it could retreat from the Re(...)

Ulster Bank made a €276 million operating loss for the first half of the year, compared to a €26 million profit for the same period in 2019.

Ulster Bank’s UK parent is actively considering winding down the lender in the Republic, as the challenge of turning around a business struggling with(...)

‘Kerry, Donegal and Wexford have large shares of employment in the “accommodation and food service” industry sector, which was strongly affected by business closures due to Covid-19,’ said the Central Bank. File photograph: Getty

Borrowers behind 58.9 per cent of small businesses in the food and accommodation sector with loans secured payment breaks of up to six months from ban(...)

A spokeswoman declined to comment on job losses.

KBC Bank Ireland is set to close four its 16 branches in Ireland in a move that is expected to result in the loss of fewer than 20 jobs. The digital(...)

The Central Bank ruled last November that mortgage lenders cannot impose legal fees on customers in arrears if they are co-operating and engaging with their lenders. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB is making refunds of legal costs, averaging €2,400, to almost 400 borrowers who had been in arrears in the past, following a review of l(...)

Stepstone was among a number of subprime lenders that entered the Irish market near the peak of the property bubble, before retrenching in the wake of the crash.

Stepstone Mortgages, the boom-time Irish subprime mortgage lender that stopped writing business in 2008, has officially gone into liquidation after se(...)

Borrowers who have not availed of payment breaks to date have until the end of September to apply. Photograph: iStock

Homeowners and other borrowers who availed of loan payment breaks of up to six months during the Covid-19 crisis are being urged to engage with their (...)

EY report found ‘no significant change in those planning to keep cutting or to stay frugal’. Photograph: iStock

When it is eventually broadcast, RTÉ’s Reeling in the Years for 2020 will be as terrifying as it is depressing, and so long that it will most likely h(...)

Shoppers in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Irish consumer sentiment slipped back in August on fears of a renewed spike in cases of Covid-19. Having risen for three straight months, the KBC Bank(...)

KBC’s new offer is designed to support mortgage expenses such as legal and valuation fees. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

KBC Bank Ireland is to offer a €1,500 cash incentive for certain first-time buyers and movers as the war for customers between Irish banks continues t(...)

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