KBC Bank Ireland

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Kelvin Gillen, KBC’s Director of Transformation and Innovation.

KBC Bank has unveiled a new developer portal that will allow third party developers to bring new products and services to its customers. The open Ap(...)

Peter Roebben: described KBC Bank Ireland as a ‘a digital front runner’

Peter Roebben has been appointed as the new chief executive of KBC Bank Ireland, assuming the role from Wim Verbraeken, who will return to the Belgian(...)

While all elements of the KBC Bank/ESRI  index fell, consumers’ concerns were strongest about macroeconomic questions.

Shoppers could cut spending if fears of a hard Brexit and a weaker Irish economy persist, experts warn in a report today. Consumer confidence tumble(...)

Analysts believe that the banks’ costs base still remains too high, with further job cuts likely over the coming years as lenders increase their spending on technology.

Next month marks the 10th anniversary of when Irish taxpayers started to inject money into the State’s domestic banks, a bill that ultimately balloon(...)

CreditLogic chief executive Eddie Dillon: ‘CreditLogic will lead to a situation where applicants need to provide half the level of information they currently do and much of that will be provided digitally.’

The Irish mortgage application and approval process is chronically inefficient and broken, says Eddie Dillon, KBC Bank Ireland’s former director of in(...)

Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

KBC Bank Ireland’s chief executive, Wim Verbraeken, insisted on Thursday that high-profile arson attacks sustained by some of its properties before Ch(...)

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 – (...)

 ‘Likelihood is that sentiment and spending indicators will remain on a choppy path in early 2019’ Photograph:  Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Irish consumer sentiment inched higher in January as post-Christmas sales and positive jobs news offset the ongoing Brexit woes. The latest KBC Bank(...)

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(...)

Burned-out vans and cars at the scene of the Strokestown eviction late last year. Photograp: Brian Farrell

Potential new entrants into the State’s mortgage market are likely to “think twice” in the current political climate, as they face increased risks whe(...)

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