Banks came into 2020 nervous over Brexit, Central Bank (above) mortgage rules and a dysfunctional housing market – that hasn’t gone away.

If 2020 saw Covid-19 deliver the biggest shock to the banking industry since the financial crash, 2021 will tell whether the system really learned the(...)

The Taoiseach, Micheál Martin: “I’ll talk to you about the banks. The banks were not bailed out.” Photograph: EPA

The Taoiseach Micheál Martin insisted in the Dáil on Wednesday that the State’s banks “were not bailed out” following the property crash a decade ago.(...)

Sunnier times:  An Ulster Bank branch in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Niamh Brennan, the University College Dublin management professor, was preparing to sit through an induction session for new Ulster Bank board members(...)

The defunct Irish Nationwide Building Society, as it previously appeared on Dublin’s Grafton Street.

A long-running inquiry into the now-defunct Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) has heard that the lender allegedly granted loans to some major c(...)

Analysts say AIB needs to find an additional €200 million in savings to reach 2022 profit targets. Photograph: Tom Honan

A multibillion-euro stimulus fund to bolster the economy from the fallout of both Covid-19 and Brexit is to be one of the key planks of the Governmen(...)

The Central Bank set up the inquiry into the actions of five former INBS executives and directors, including its long-standing managing director Michael Fingleton. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A multimillion euro Central Bank-ordered inquiry into the now-defunct Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS), where public hearings started almost t(...)

Eamonn Crowley: “This move goes a long way to addressing the discrepancy which traditionally existed between our pricing for new and existing mortgage customers.”  Photograph: Maxwellphotography.ie

Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) new chief executive, Eamonn Crowley, is rejigging the lender’s mortgage offering by cutting its standard variable rate for the (...)

The former Irish Nationwide building on Grand Parade in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The coronavirus pandemic will delay the wind-up of Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Building Society by a year to the end of 2022, the special li(...)

A portfolio of €359 million of former INBS loans and a €518 million pool of mortgages written by the now-defunct society and subprime lender Springboard during the property boom have seen monthly collections of money from borrowers slump. Photograph: PA

Some non-performing mortgages originally issued by Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) before the property crash have run into fresh problems as (...)

Taxpayers committed €29.3 billion to Anglo Irish Bank by the end of 2010.

Former shareholders in Anglo Irish Bank are not due any compensation from the State as a result of the nationalisation of the now-defunct lender 11 ye(...)

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