Founder of suicide prevention charity Console Paul Kelly. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The High Court has granted temporary injunctions preventing access to the bank accounts of the suicide bereavement counselling service, Console by it(...)

The Central Bank has published a bulletin on the code of conduct for mortgage arrears. For the first time there are details on those who have not co-operated with their lenders

So now we know. The Central Bank yesterday published a bulletin on the code of conduct on mortgage arrears. Tucked away towards the back were – for th(...)

Karl Deeter: “The people mired up to their necks in debt and who get massive write-offs and walk away scot-free are usually the ones that have been dealing with vulture funds.” File photograph: Getty Images

Labelled by Ulster Bank as “non co-operating”, some 900 of its mortgage holders who are deep in arrears and litigation learned this week the bank does(...)

David Hall, chief executive of the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation, said up to 30,000 households in long-term arrears faced homelessness and that he believed Minister for Finance Michael Noonan was a vulture-fund ‘lover’.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

A Government TD walked out of the Oireachtas Housing and Homelessness Committee on Tuesday after a speaker referred to Minister for Finance Michael No(...)

 AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne (left)   and chief financial officer Mark Bourke  at a press conference to announce pre-tax profits at AIB. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

At the beginning of its analyst briefing yesterday, AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne reminded the audience how the bank’s bottom line performance has(...)

The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation is attempting  to bring banks, Government, regulators, the courts services, and debt advisory agencies around the table to see if a big-bang solution can be framed for long-term arrears

The new year is only six days old but already there has been a flood of positive economic indicators. New car sales were up 30 per cent in 2015 to l(...)

David Hall, chief execuctive of the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation: “We’ve made a proposal to the banking federation that the time has come for a meeting of all stakeholders to address the long-term arrears issue.” Photograph: Collins Courts

The Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation (IMHO) has proposed that banks, insolvency practitioners, the Government, regulators, and various other Stat(...)

In the Bill, the discharge term for bankruptcy is reduced from three years to one year. Photograph: Getty Images

Legislation before Cabinet on Tuesday to reduce the term of bankruptcy to one year would be “the single most positive thing” the Government h(...)

Lorcan O’Connor, director of the ISI, expects activity to increase over the rest of the year. ( Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES)

There was a significant reduction in demand for debt restructuring during the third quarter of 2015, with figures from the Insolvency Service of Irel(...)

Permanent TSB charged 1,372 customers the wrong rate from 2006 onwards. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank has decided to launch an in-depth investigation of mortgage tracker lending by Irish banks following the recent scandal with Permane(...)

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