Permanent TSB: a significant portion of the customers the bank is looking to get off its book have “neither engaged with the bank or refused treatment”. Photograph: Tom Honan

Permanent TSB (PTSB) has set a deadline in six weeks for bidders to lodge final offers for a €2.2 billion portfolio of non-performing mortgages, which(...)

EY has recommended that INM sell its printing plant in Citywest

Independent News and Media should consider closing its printing plant in Citywest and outsourcing the activity to The Irish Times, according to a reco(...)

Cerberus, the US distressed debt firm, is understood to be leading the race to buy a portfolio of distressed loans from AIB, even as the size of the b(...)

Sources said  Lone Star Funds used Start Mortgages, an Irish authorised credit retail firm it acquired from Investec in 2014, to bid for the AIB portfolio.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The three final overseas bidders for a portfolio of up to €2 billion of non-performing AIB loans filed final bids by a deadline on Monday, using Irish(...)

Oliver Loomes and Colin O’Brien of Diageo consider a new urban quarter at  St James’s Gate in the Liberties. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Property players Harcourt, Hines, Quintain, Oxley and U&I are vying for a place on a shortlist to develop part of the Guinness brewery as a new ur(...)

 Photograph: iStock

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission for 758 homes following separate applications from developers in Cork and Dublin. Cork developer Mi(...)

Vivo Building at Wembley Park, London, developed by Quintain. Photograph: Chris Winter/Wembley Park

The private equity owner of Quintain, the developer behind one of London’s largest developments at Wembley, has hired financial advisers to explore a (...)

The Sunday Independent leads with a story about 60,000 householders who will be brought into the property tax system for the first time under Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy’s planned overhaul

US fund Lone Star is said to be eyeing the sale of its book of Irish home loans bought from Irish Nationwide in the wake of the financial crisis. Acco(...)

Hines outbid four overseas investment companies to secure the properties next to the Gaiety Theatre. Photograph: Alan Betson

Global property investor Hines has outbid three overseas investment companies to buy a row of shops, offices and apartments next to the Gaiety Theatre(...)

Permanent TSB had the highest level of non-performing loans in the Republic last June, at 28 per cent.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Permanent TSB has put as much as €4 billion of non-performing mortgages up for sale under its so-called Project Glas portfolio, triple the amount prev(...)

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