Nama had its planned lifespan extended by the Government last year. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to begin transferring the first €2 billion of its surplus to the exchequer after the agency announced o(...)

Aidan Williams  is chairman of both Unicredit Bank Ireland and Macquarie Capital Ireland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has selected Nama board member Aidan Williams to succeed Frank Daly as chairman of the so-called bad bank as (...)

Elke Koenig, chairwoman of the Single Resolution Board. Photograph: Fredrik Von Erichsen/AFP/Getty Images

Ireland, home of Europe’s worst banking crisis, has emerged as one of the most proactive countries in seeking to make sure that banks can be resolved (...)

Jonathan Sugarman, a former Unicredit Bank Ireland risk manager, said he is “totally unemployable as a result of upholding the law of Ireland”.

Ireland has “absolutely and completely destroyed the lives of every single whistleblower” that has dared reveal irregularities to officials, a former (...)

UniCredit’s head office in Milan, Italy. UniCredit Bank Ireland   reduced its funding dependence on the Central Bank, which fell from €6 billion at the end of 2014 to €400 million at the end of last year

The IFSC-based subsidiary of Italian bank UniCredit paid its parent company a dividend of €74 million in June last year, according to accounts just p(...)

The Central Bank is tasked with monitoring the level of large exposures which a firm has and their compliance with large exposure limits

UniCredit Bank Ireland has been fined €315,000 for being exposed to too many Spanish and Italian bonds on a number of dates in 2011 and 2012. (...)