Bucking the trend, housebuilders were in vogue, with Cairn Homes up 0.8 per cent at €1.30, while Glenveagh Properties increased by 0.2 per cent to 87c.

Ireland’s Iseq stocks index declined on Wednesday, dragged down by market heavyweights AIB and Ryanair, as global markets were generally underpinned a(...)

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(...)

Ulster Bank paid a €500 million dividend to its parent, Royal Bank of Scotland, on Tuesday as it continued to dip into its excess capital reserves to return some of its bailout money.

Irish banking stocks fell in Dublin on Tuesday as the Bank of England ordered lenders with businesses in the UK hold additional capital to absorb loss(...)

Boris Johnson spooked markets by putting the threat of a no-deal Brexit back on the table. Photograph: Matt Dunham/PA Wire

Boris Johnson spooked markets by putting the threat of a no-deal Brexit back on the table. His plan to change the law to ensure the transition phase i(...)

Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank said on Tuesday that it was paying a €500 million dividend to its parent, Royal Bank of Scotland, as it continued to dip into its excess c(...)

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EY has put about 100 jobs in its financial consulting unit at risk of redundancy after a decline in work and a drop-off in fees made from regulatory a(...)

Lloyds discovered this year that it had about 9,000 wills of deceased customers that had been stored as part of a “safe custody” service that was closed to new customers in 2011

Lloyds Banking Group failed to return the wills of thousands of deceased customers to their families, leading hundreds of them to distribute assets to(...)

 Jeremy Masding, group chief executive  of  Permanent TSB where job cuts are expected to be announed next year. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

Permanent TSB chief executive Jeremy Masding, who announced on Thursday he plans to quit at some stage next year after eight years at the helm, has so(...)

Derville Rowland, director-general of financial conduct at the Central Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Officials at the Central Bank had to threaten to take some lenders to court in order to get them to co-operate properly with its examination into the (...)

Ulster Bank is planning a fresh round of job cuts at the group. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank’s operating profit jumped in the first nine months of the year in the Republic as its conduct and litigation costs, including its exposure(...)

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