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Under cross-examination, Séan Dunne accepted he had dealt with assets belonging to his wife based in the UK, the US and South Africa, but not in the Republic. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Seán Dunne has told the High Court he has never been the owner of, and has “zero interest” in, a Dublin 4 property purchased in July 2005 (...)

 ‘Irish savers would mostly be better placed seeking out alternatives to ploughing funds into a savings account on a monthly basis.’ Photograph: iStockphoto.com

As RaboBank gears up to exit the Irish market in May, its 90,000 customers will now have to seek out savings and deposit accounts elsewhere. But finan(...)

Seán Dunne filed for bankruptcy in the US in 2013. Photograph: Collins Courts

The official administering Seán Dunne’s Irish bankruptcy has told the High Court the businessman did not co-operate with the process after being adjud(...)

Financial fund Seaconview acquired loans connected to the properties under dispute in 2015 from  Ulster Bank. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

A dispute between a receiver appointed by a financial fund and the owners of more than 30 apartments in various locations around the country has come (...)

I’d have taken the arm off any lender who was offering a tracker at less than one percentage point over the prevailing ECB rate

In October 2005 I purchased a home in which I still live. I got a 100 per cent mortgage from Ulster Bank. After three years I requested a change to a (...)

Designer Garvan de Bruir, who featured in the “Story of Home” series. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Irish Times has been nominated for two awards at the International News Media Association’s Global Media Awards, which are designed to “spotlight (...)

Ulster Bank chief executive Gerry Mallon: the bank’s non-performing mortgage loan book consists of about 20,000 customers, and is worth about €4 billion, he says. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ulster Bank looks set to sell on as many as 7,000 non-performing mortgages as the bank moots a portfolio sale in 2018. The Royal Bank of Scotland-owne(...)

Ulster Bank on 2-4 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin 1. The 1,130sq m (12,060sq ft) building was initially sold at the height of the property market in 2007

International property manager AEW has made its second significant investment in the Dublin property market, buying a landmark building at 2-4 Lower O(...)

Growth in new orders among construction firms is now at a six-month high, while rising workloads led businesses in the sector to increase their staffing levels. Photograph: Getty Images

The Irish construction industry got off to a “strong start” to the year, posting faster increases in activity, new orders and employment, according to(...)

Of the 3,500 cases currently acknowledged, Ulster Bank has commenced refunds and compensation in relation to 1,200.

Ulster Bank has signalled that 200 staff working on resolving the tracker-mortgage scandal are at risk of losing their jobs once a line is drawn under(...)

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