Customers not meeting the terms of agreed restructuring arrangements will be required to complete standard financial statements if seeking payment breaks, PTSB said. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB is holding back from offering mortgage holders already in arrears the full standard three-month mortgage payment break that banks in the(...)

The High Court was told Start Mortgages would receive 35 cent for every euro of debt owed under the personal insolvency arrangement but 31 cent in the euro if former builder Eugene O’Connor was made a bankrupt.

A former Meath builder has had debts of €1.6 million written off in a personal insolvency agreement approved by the High Court that will keep him and (...)

Esther and Joseph Carragher  at the Four Courts for a High Court action in relation to the repossession of a property at Doolargy Avenue, Muirheavnamor, Dundalk, Co Louth. Photograph: Collins Courts

A couple aged in their 60s moved back into their home and repaired it after it was vandalised following a repossession order, the High Court has been (...)

A Co Wexford couple who stopped making repayments on their €200,000 mortgage five years ago, claiming their family home was owned by a private trust, have failed to overturn a possession order in the High Court. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A Co Wexford couple who stopped making repayments on their €200,000 mortgage five years ago, claiming their family home was owned by a private trust, (...)

Both Bank of Ireland and KBC have now committed to not challenging time limitations, and advised the ombudsman of this

KBC Bank cited controversial time limit rules when challenging 27 complaints to the financial services ombudsman related to tracker mortgage issues, T(...)

Personal loans of €2.65 million owing by the 65-year-old woman to consumer lender Cabot Financial are being written off in exchange for a once-off payment of €1,432. Photograph: iStock

A Co Longford woman had €3 million worth of debt written off for a payment of €1,600 as part of a personal insolvency arrangement approved by the High(...)

Over 120 mortgage debt cases in just over an hour and a half at Tullamore Circuit court

A large proportion of the repossession cases which came before a registrar’s sitting of the Circuit Court in Tullamore, Co Offaly on Tuesday, were ini(...)

Sources said  Lone Star Funds used Start Mortgages, an Irish authorised credit retail firm it acquired from Investec in 2014, to bid for the AIB portfolio.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The three final overseas bidders for a portfolio of up to €2 billion of non-performing AIB loans filed final bids by a deadline on Monday, using Irish(...)

The former Permanent TSB loans comprised a subprime mortgage business, known as Springboard, which the bank sold in 2014 as it shed unwanted assets. Mars Capital paid about €250 million for the Springboard loans. Photograph: Alan Betson

One of the biggest overseas buyers of Irish mortgages following the banking crisis, Mars Capital, is poised to refinance €332 million of former Irish (...)

Lone Star will tap international debt markets to refinance hundreds of millions of euro of former Bank of Scotland (Ireland) and Start Mortgages home loans.

Private equity firm Lone Star is poised to tap international debt markets to refinance hundreds of millions of euro of former Bank of Scotland (Irelan(...)

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