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CGI of proposed No 2 Dublin Landings in the docklands

Only months after selling the first of five office buildings under construction in the Dublin docklands, Irish property company Ballymore and its Sin(...)

Mortgages and housing: Central Bank researchers sound a warning and Nesc offers a solution. Photograph: iStock

Central Bank researchers are warning today that if current growth in mortgage lending persists and household incomes rise in line with forecasts, the (...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane said the bank’s headline profits will decline over the medium term, as the impact of the special portfolio of IBRC-related bonds fade.

A senior central banker said on Wednesday there is “absolutely no evidence” that overseas buyers of Irish loan portfolios are acting more aggressively(...)

Central Bank, Dublin. It is expected that the bank will return to court in coming weeks to seek formal access to court papers submitted by the head of the ODCE, Ian Drennan. Photograph: Hufton & Crow

Publishing group Independent News and Media (INM) is facing the possibility of a fresh State investigation, this time by the Central Bank of Ireland u(...)

The inquiry is seeking to establish if four former INBS managers were involved in seven so-called contraventions at the building society between August 2004 and September 2008. Photograph: Bloomberg

Loan book analysis at Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) and the grading system that underpinned that analysis was “next to useless” and did not(...)

The Central Bank shows that as of the end of March, loss of ownership had occurred in respect of 71 homes and 142 buy-to-let properties related to the tracker scandal. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ulster Bank and Allied Irish Banks are responsible for the vast majority of an additional 3,400 loans that have been identified as having been affecte(...)

Ed Sibley, deputy governor in charge of prudential regulation, delivered stark warnings.

The effects of Brexit on the Republic will be “deeply profound” and in the event of no trade agreement being reached with the UK, the State’s GDP coul(...)

Inside Business:  Colm Keena brings the background to the ODCE’s planned application for the appointment of a High Court inspector to Independent News & Media.  Photograph: Fran Veale

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) has escalated its investigation into Independent News & Media, confirming its intention(...)

The Central Bank said about 30 per cent of new cars are financed by PCP contracts

The Central Bank has warned of the “increased indebtedness” of consumers who sign PCPs, as well as the banking system’s exposure to the car market wit(...)

A view of Central Bank of Ireland’s new Dublin docklands headquarters. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Outstanding government bonds stood at €131 billion in January 2018 due largely to the new issuance of a new €4 billion 10-year benchmark bond during t(...)

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