I currently have a variable rate mortgage with Danske Bank on an investment property. Rates on these mortgages are rising to over 5 per cent in July. (...)

Loans to David Kennedy’s company were advanced for purposes including the purchase and development of a development on a 13-acre site at Clancy Barracks, Inchicore

Mary Carolan Development loans of some €260 million were advanced to a company on foot of securities including a guarantee of one of its directors lim(...)

Danske Bank is pursuing commercial landlord John Meagher over a €7 million judgment.

Commercial landlord John Meagher faces arrest for contempt of court over his failure to provide a statement of his assets to a bank pursuing him over (...)

Denmark’s Financial Services Authority noted that Ireland had a “significant effect” on Danske Bank’s risk weighting, resulting in a total group-level risk weight of 36 per cent, of which Ireland accounted for 4 per cent.

Danske Bank has been ordered to boost its risk-weighted assets by more than €13 billion after the Danish regulator found that it had under-estimated i(...)

The Director of Corporate Enforcement has withdrawn his appeal against the High Court’s refusal to make a disqualification order

The Director of Corporate Enforcement has withdrawn his appeal against the High Court’s refusal to make a disqualification order against a former seni(...)

The redeveloped site at the former Clancy Barracks is now home to 420 residential units.  Clancy Barracks: Islandbridge, Dublin 8. Sold: Over €80million Previously: €230million

A Californian-based investment group, Kennedy Wilson, is set to become the dominant landlord in the Dublin apartment letting market following its purc(...)

Martin Doran’s Ellen Construction built the refurbished Bewleys Hotel in Ballsbridge. Mr Doran sought bankruptcy in the UK in 2011

Two Irish property developers, who were declared bankrupt in Britain leaving more tha(...)

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange contends they may not

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange co(...)

Many of the apartments at Clancy quay look directly across the River Liffey to the Phoenix Park

A new development of 420 apartments on the site of the former Clancy Barracks overlooking the River Liffey at Islandbridge, Du(...)

AIB Headquarters

AIB’s plan to shave €350 million off its cost base continues a five-year trend across Irish banks to reduce their overheads in a bid to stay af(...)

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