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Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has to deal with the thorny subject of bankers’ bonuses.

As Patrick Honohan wrapped up the list of people he needed to thank at the launch this week of his new almost 400-page read on the origins of the fina(...)

Some €875 million – or 7.3 per cent – of all performing loans to SMEs have a “high vulnerability” suggesting their ability to repay in the event of a downturn would be threatened, according to Central Bank research. Photograph: Alan Betson

Some €875 million – or 7.3 per cent – of all performing loans to small and medium businesses have a “high vulnerability” suggesting their ability to r(...)

Dublin’s Iseq index and the wider European equities market closed little changed on Wednesday as investors retreated to the sidelines ahead of a policy statement from the US Federal Reserve

Dublin’s Iseq index and the wider European equities market closed little changed on Wednesday as investors retreated to the sidelines ahead of a polic(...)

Banking shares were out of sorts, with Bank of Ireland down 1.9%, Permanent TSB off 1.6% and AIB slipping 0.7%

European shares saw their week-long rally come to a halt on Wednesday, driven by weakness across oil companies and banks, as soft Chinese economic dat(...)

Sinn Féin finance spokesman Pearse Doherty TD has said that the final legislation, if enacted, would exclude loans that are securitised or put up for refinancing through the sale of asset-backed securities (ABS).

Irish banks are likely to resort increasingly to refinancing restructured mortgages in the bond markets to lower their non-performing loans ratios. Th(...)

Just before stepping down as governor of the Central Bank, Philip Lane wrote to Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe to suggest that there “may be merit” in allowing AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB reinstate variable pay or bonuses for staff. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Just a day before stepping down as governor of the Central Bank to take up a senior role in Frankfurt with the European Central Bank, Philip Lane wrot(...)

On Friday, three-month US treasury bills were yielding 2.3 per cent on Wall Street, while 10-year notes were priced at 2.16 per cent – the weakest reading since 2007, before the financial crash. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

Donald Trump’s favourite stocks index – the Dow Jones Industrial Average – has barely fallen 6 per cent between the US president starting May with a t(...)

Permanent TSB chief executive Jeremy Masding apologised to customers for the tracker mortgage scandal. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

If you’re a banker, the timing this week of the fine imposed by the Central Bank of Ireland on Permanent TSB – its biggest ever – was unfortunate, to (...)

Permanent TSB on Thursday became the first lender to be fined by the Central Bank over the tracker mortgage scandal. Photograph: Alan Betson

Banks in the Republic face fines of up to ¤350 million for the tracker-mortgage scandal on the basis of the first case to be settled by the Central Ba(...)

PTSB chief executive Jeremy Masding apologised “unreservedly” to the customers affected by the tracker issue. Photograph: Eric Luke

Almost four years after Permanent TSB first admitted a “failure” in its treatment of tracker mortgage customers, it was yesterday fined €21 million by(...)

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