Derville Rowland Director,  director general of financial conduct at the Central Bank, and the bank’s governor Philip Lane. The Central Bank has still not made a single report of suspected fraud. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins.

There is no tracker mortgage scandal. There is a tracker mortgage scam. There is, or ought to be, a crucial difference. A scandal, at least in Irish (...)

The tracker mortgage scandal has engulfed most of Ireland’s mortgage lenders and, in its report this week, the Central Bank said it continued to encou(...)

Carton House in Kildare.

Ryanair courts Bellew Ryanair wants to lure Peter Bellew, a former head of flight operations and now chief executive of Malaysia Airlines back to the(...)

AIB chairman Richard Pym:  the bank’s senior management team is in Washington, DC for the annual IMF-World Bank meeting. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

AIB’s senior management team arrived in Washington, DC this week for the autumn International Monetary Fund-World Bank meetings, as chairman Richard P(...)

Ryanair’s photo opportunity with its new recruits followed a period of intense scrutiny of the airline’s treatment of its pilots.

“Nothing to see here – move along folks,” was the message from the Ryanair public relations machine this week as it pinned an image of 20 smiling new (...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne said about 80% of €400m Project Cyprus portfolio was made up of borrowers who had not engaged with the bank for at least 720 days. File photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

As AIB lines up the sale in the not-too-distant future of as much as €2 billion of troubled property investment and buy-to-let loans (dubbed Project R(...)

AIB is the latest lender to find further problems as the industry continues to carry out examinations, as directed by the Central Bank in late 2015, of cases where customers were wrongly refused a tracker rate. Photograph: Reuters

AIB has overcharged “several hundred” customers by as much as €500 in applying the wrong interest rates on so-called “tracker mortgages”, chief execut(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

AIB’s chief executive Bernard Byrne will tell the Oireachtas finance committee on Tuesday that there will be “no return” to the “old days” of 100 per (...)

Richard Pym acquired €9,420 worth of shares while Bernard Byrne spent €9,890 on stock. Photograph: Alan Betson

AIB’s chairman Richard Pym, and chief executive Bernard Byrne, have begun to buy shares in the lender, a little over a month after its flotation on th(...)

Permanent TSB CEO Jeremy Masding: said this week that the ECB is likely to stand in the way of the group hitting its target of returning to paying dividends in early 2019 for the first time in over a decade. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

For followers of Irish banks, an all-too-familiar – and increasingly powerful – bogeyman continues to lurk in the shadows. Permanent TSB’s chief exe(...)