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A home of your own: AIB has a 33 per cent share of the residential mortgage market, while Bank of Ireland has 28 per cent. Photograph: iStock

When you’re in the market for a new mortgage, it makes sense to widen your net as far as possible and make yourself aware of all available deals. Incr(...)

“Multiple interested parties” are circling designer Orla Kiely’s retail business with a view to buying some or all the interests, according to the Sunday Business Post

Finance Ireland, a non-bank lender backed by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (Isif), has decided to enter the mortgage market and will announce (...)

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(...)

PTSB said it had pressed the start button on the sale of a portfolio of loans known as Project Glas as it seeks to lower its level of non-performing loans. Photograph: Alan Betson

Overseas private-equity and hedge funds are currently circling as much as €11 billion of Irish loans, mainly mortgages, that have been put in the mark(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly and chief executive Brendan McDonagh have been forced to defend the agency’s decision to sell its Project Eagle loans in Northern Ireland to Cerberus. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

New figures show the US vulture fund that bought the National Asset Management Agency’s Northern Ireland property loans in a controversial deal had co(...)

At the end of December 2016, 27.8 per cent of the Lloyds Irish loans were in negative equity. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group has hired Deloitte to manage the group’s planned sale of its remaining Irish portfolio of more than €5 billion of mainly-performi(...)

Lloyds had £4.5 billion (€5.1 billion) of Irish retail loans as of the end of 2016, according to stock exchange filings. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group is actively considering the sale its remaining €5 billion-plus Irish mortgage book early next year in a move that would end its d(...)

Although Aviva’s €40 million-plus deal in 2009 to secure the naming rights to the Lansdowne Road stadium seemed ill-judged at the height of the insurer’s woes in Ireland, the unit has good reason now to trigger an option by the end of 2018 to extend the deal by a further five years. Photograph: James Crombie /Inpho

Aviva Ireland, under the helm of its seventh chief executive in a decade, killed off any lingering doubts about its commitment to Ireland this week by(...)

Danske Bank has not indicated how many loans were included in the mortgage portfolio sale.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Danske Bank Ireland said on Wednesday it had entered into a binding contract on the sale of a portfolio of performing residential mortgages to an enti(...)

The Central Park development at Sandyford, Co Dublin, is billed as “Ireland’s first work-life campus”. Existing tenants include Vodafone, software company Sage and Hostelworld

AIB has signed a lease on a new office building at Sandyford’s Central Park development in Dublin. The bank plans to establish a “centre of excellenc(...)

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