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A substantial number of people may be unaware that their mortgage has been impacted, and they are therefore due compensation and redress. But could this be you?

Many people will have received letters, others will have had the interest rate on their accounts rectified, others still have received redress and com(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will brief Ministers about the Government’s response to the tracker mortgage scandal at a Cabinet meeting. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will today demand a clear timetable for the repayment and compensation of people wrongfully deprived of tracker m(...)

Tracker mortgage scandal: the Central Bank has said it continues to encounter great difficulty getting full disclosure from some banks. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

The tracker mortgage scandal has engulfed most of Ireland’s mortgage lenders and, in its report this week, the Central Bank said it continued to encou(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland is “the only game in town”, says financial consultant Padraic Kissane. Photograph: Alan Betson

Could I have been caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal? Possibly. If you were ever on a tracker and were taken off it – for whatever reason – you(...)

Permanent TSB: has identified 579 additional cases of tracker mortgage overcharging as part of Central Bank-ordered review. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB expects up to 2,000 struggling home borrowers to avail of a mortgage-to-rent scheme it is working on with a “preferred partner”, the ban(...)

It is understood PTSB has  written to a select group of BTL borrowers in recent weeks as part of a pilot scheme which may be extended. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The State’s main mortgage lenders have ruled out following an initiative from Permanent TSB (PTSB), which has written to a couple of hundred buy-to-le(...)

Housing market: Surely, Irish citizens and consumers deserve more than shoddy State reports on mortgage interest rates.

The Options for Ireland’s Mortgage Market report by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) suggests Ireland’s mortgage market is dy(...)

Gerald Kean is a principal of a “relatively small” solicitor’s firm, Mr Justice Michael Twomey said. Photograph: Alan Betson

Solicitor Gerald Kean is facing a legal costs bill estimated at €450,000 after a High Court judge ruled he is liable for 90 per cent of EBS’s costs of(...)

Summary judgments give  a lender the right to chase any or all of a borrower’s assets, whether or not they were pledged as security for the original loan

Last year’s media furore around their activities has quietened down. But it seems the foreign so-called “vulture funds” that bought up swathes of dist(...)

 AIB at Serpentine Avenue:  first bailed-out bank to unveil a dividend since 2008. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

It was the test AIB probably wished it had failed. Two and a half years ago, the bank comfortably passed a European banking stress test of lenders’ (...)

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