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Ulster Bank was previously fined €3.5 million by the Central Bank in late 2014 for IT failures that affected 600,000 customers between June and July 2012

Ulster Bank has said it has resolved a technical issue that meant customers could not access its online and mobile banking services earlier today. Th(...)

The housing assistance payment scheme (Hap), which aims to support people in private rented accommodation, is a key area of concern for those who contact support services.  File photograph: Rui Vieira/PA

Irish banks have been under pressure to reduce the non-performing loans they hold and sales of loan books to so-called vulture funds are increasing, m(...)

This was the 59th consecutive monthly rise in construction activity and was a sharper rate of increase than that recorded in June. Photograph: Alan Betson

Construction activity accelerated in July amid reports of strengthening demand, the latest snapshot of the industry from Ulster Bank shows. New order(...)

Warning lights will start to flash red for sterling if a Brexit transition period, due to kick in when the UK leaves in March 2019, is threatened. Photograph: EPA

Watch sterling. The currency wobbled after UK international trade secretary Liam Fox said a “no-deal” Brexit was now the most likely outcome, falling (...)

Ulster Bank, George’s Quay, Dublin, where profits jumped more than eight fold compared with first half of 2017.

Operating profits at Ulster Bank jumped by 88 per cent to €100 million during the first half of 2018, as the bank benefited from a reduction in costs (...)

Richard Holmes has “vast experience” in banking and financial services worldwide, Ulster Bank said.

Ulster Bank has appointed Richard Holmes as a non-executive director to its board in the Republic. The bank said Mr Holmes had “vast experience” in b(...)

Two of the three main depositaries for Revenue-sanctioned SAYE schemes are based in England. Photograph: Getty

Share-purchase schemes for thousands of small business employees could fold as a result of Britain’s departure from the European Union. The chief exe(...)

Shoppers on Grafton Street in Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator

Near term prospects in the Irish retail sector are positive with solid increases in consumer spending on the back of accelerating wages and robust job(...)

Ulster Bank’s chief financial officer said €295 million of provisions set aside by the bank to deal with the tracker-mortgage scandal included money to cover an expected fine from the Central Bank.

Ulster Bank, which is currently selling €1.6 billion of distressed mortgages, may seek to dispose of more non-performing loans (NPLs) to reduce its ba(...)

Ulster Bank plans to start writing to business customers affected by the newly-disclosed overcharging by the end of this month. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank is preparing to pay €38 million in refunds and compensation to business customers who have been overcharged in cases going back six years.(...)

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