Ulster Bank

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Irish banking customers tend to be very slow to do so, but switching may now make more sense than ever before. Photograph: iStock

Banking is getting more expensive. Back in January, Permanent TSB disclosed it was making it more difficult for its legacy customers to qualify for fr(...)

Can the bank legally keep these deeds as the apartment is worth more than the loan on it? Photograph: iStock

We have just cleared off our home loan but Ulster Bank says we can’t have deeds as we took out a loan with our daughter 10 years ago on a investment p(...)

First Trust cited commercial reasons for the decision to cease printing its own banknotes.

First Trust Bank, which is part of AIB, is to stop printing its own banknotes in the North and will dispense Bank of England sterling from its ATM net(...)

Brindley Healthcare board member: former tánaiste and minister for health Mary Harney.  File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Former tánaiste and minister for health Mary Harney has joined the board of nursing home group Brindley Healthcare. Ms Harney was introduced to Brin(...)

Managing director, commercial banking division, Ulster Bank  Eddie Cullen and Séamus Sheridan, Director and Co-Founder of Sheridans Cheesemongers. Photograph: Shane O’Neill

Ulster Bank has launched a mobile app that will allow Irish businesses to make sure staff with company credit cards don’t lose the run of themselves. (...)

Ulster Bank is spending €1.4 million on a marketing push to attract more “movers and switchers” to its mortgage books. The lender’s advertising campai(...)

Brian Stenson from Donabate, Co Dublin, and David Stenson from Malahide, Co Dublin, contend no default of the loan agreement has occurred. Photograph: iStock

Businessmen brothers Brian and David Stenson have claimed a “vulture fund” has “concocted” the wrongful appointment of a receiver over a commercial pr(...)

Ulster Bank’s total income increased by €3 million, or 1.8 per cent, in the third quarter of 2018 compared with 2017. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank’s new chief executive, Jane Howard, has said she is “committed long term” to the lender, as she settles the new role at the UK-owned lende(...)

 Diane O’Rourke (centre) pictured leaving the Four Courts  after a High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A businessman has failed to show the former home of himself and his ex-wife, bought in trust by her parents for €3.65 million, was a wedding ‘gift’, t(...)

No 11 Tresilian, Foxrock, Co Dublin: major appeal will be the secluded family-friendly enclave

When developer Bernie Carroll moved into Tresilian, a “modern” estate off Foxrock’s Brighton Road 34 years ago, he had bought the private corner site (...)

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