Ulster Bank on Dame Street in Dublin: There is likely to be a significant gap between a formal decision and actual closure or transfer. Photograph:  Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

Having read your article on what customers should do regarding the potential closure of Ulster Bank, I have a follow up question. For home owners wit(...)

Ulster Bank: if a decision is made to close the bank, it won’t be something that happens in a hurry. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

I have all my money in Ulster Bank and I heard last week that there is talk of them closing. I get my salary paid into my Ulster Bank account and I us(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan is betting that Dublin’s office market will recover more quickly than the hotel sector, dropping plans for a hotel in his  23-storey  building on Tara St

Developer Johnny Ronan is betting that Dublin’s office market will recover more quickly than the hotel sector, dropping plans for a hotel in the 23-st(...)

Eamonn Crowley: “This move goes a long way to addressing the discrepancy which traditionally existed between our pricing for new and existing mortgage customers.”  Photograph: Maxwellphotography.ie

Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) new chief executive, Eamonn Crowley, is rejigging the lender’s mortgage offering by cutting its standard variable rate for the (...)

The investigation is focused on a range of issues including a suspected data breach,   INM’s ill-fated bid for radio station Newstalk, and allegations of market abuse. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

It is 219 days since two High Court inspectors were sent into Independent News & Media (INM) to investigate an alleged data breach and other serio(...)

CGI artist’s impression of the Prism building, Cork

“If Apple was coming to Cork today it wouldn’t be going up to Hollyhill; it would be directed to all that space in the docklands which, incidentally, (...)

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 – (...)

Denmark’s state prosecutor last week filed preliminary criminal charges against Danske Bank for alleged violations of the country’s anti-money laundering act in relation to its Estonian branch.

The State’s procurement office, which earlier this year selected Danske Bank to provide day-to-day banking services to the Government, has said it con(...)

Danske said its headquarters in Copenhagen and its Estonian branch failed for years to prevent suspected money laundering. Photograph: Mads Claus Rasmussen/EPA

The Republic’s procurement office has said it is monitoring the unfolding money-laundering scandal at Danske Bank, months after picking the Danish gro(...)

A placard outside the royal commission set up in February to investigate misconduct in Australia’s banking sector. Photograph: William West/AFP/Getty Images

During the global financial crisis, Australia’s banks were relatively unscathed by what was happening elsewhere in the world. They didn’t need bailou(...)

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