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Ulster Bank swung to a loss in the first quarter of the year in the Republic as the bank took a €32 million net impairment charge in anticipation of a likely surge in bad loan losses.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank swung to a loss in the first quarter of the year in the Republic as the bank took a €32 million net impairment charge in anticipation of a(...)

Ulster Bank’s parent RBS is to give customers a mortgage holiday.

Banks in the Republic said they will offer relief, including short payment holidays on mortgage payments, to customers that find themselves in financi(...)

Royal Bank of Scotland: The past decade has been a nightmare. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas

What’s in a name? Quite a lot, if Ulster Bank parent Royal Bank of Scotland is anything to go by. The Scotland-headquartered banking group is casting (...)

Ulster Bank reported that its net profit fell 95 per cent to €4 million last year as it took a €80 million tax charge. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank slashed its expected ability to use losses built up during the financial crisis to minimise its future tax bill, as the lender has lowered(...)

Fenergo provides software solutions for over 70 corporate and institutional banking clients. Photograph: iStock

Irish fintech company Fenergo has closed an $80 million (€73.35 million) investment round, with backers such as Dutch bank ABN Amro in a deal, which p(...)

Former Central Bank governor Philip Lane returns to Dublin this week.

Monday, February 10th Results: Allergan, Groupon, Steris. Indicators: Irish vehicles licences for the first time (Jan); US consumer inflation expec(...)

The deliberations of the People’s Front of Judea in Life of Brian. An irritated Reg has to concede that the Romans  in fact gave the Judeans aqueducts, sanitation, roads, irrigation, medicine, education, wine, public baths and law and order

As the European Union waves goodbye to Britain when it exits the bloc on Friday night, let us reflect on what the concept of Britishness means on this(...)

Virgin Money chief executive David Duffy, formerly boss of AIB, cautioned that ongoing Brexit uncertainties were also taking their toll on the wider banking sector.

UK lender Virgin Money has revealed a hit to mortgage lending amid a “difficult” market and intense competition. The group — formerly known as CYBG — (...)

 AIB lost 5.7% with more than seven million shares traded

European shares dipped on Tuesday amid concerns over a new coronavirus outbreak originating in China, although positive news on business morale and ea(...)

The chief executive and chief financial officer of Royal Bank of Scotland’s investment banking division have stepped down, as the lender prepares to a(...)

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