Brian Hayes

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Outside Dublin, the standardised average rent reached €903 in the second quarter compared with €839 a year earlier.

Rents are continuing to rise with new figures showing a 7 per cent annual increase in Dublin in the second quarter to an average €1,713 a month, a ri(...)

Terry Clune, TransferMate; Richard Walsh,  BPFI; David Dalton,  Deloitte; Sinead Fitzmaurice, TransferMate; Joe Duffy,  BNY Mellon. Photograph: Shane O’Neill

TransferMate, the international payments firm established by Taxback Group founder Terry Clune, has been named as the overall winner of the first annu(...)

Rather than bring in new measures, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe should focus on enhancing existing ones in this year’s budget, the BPFI have said. Photograph: Alan Betson

More needs to be done to help small and medium-sized businesses in this year’s budget, according to Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI). (...)

A protest meeting over repossessions in 2011. According to Standard & Poor’s, the legal process for repossession can typically take as long as 42 months in Ireland. File photograph: The Irish Times

Claims that Ireland would suffer a “tsunami of repossessions” in the wake of the financial crash have been entirely debunked with only 9,500 homes rep(...)

As the UK faces some crunch decisions on the future of its relationship with the EU, Irish customers of UK banks are being urged to prepare for a no-deal outcome. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

Irish based customers of UK banks are being warned to make sure that they are well informed about the potential fall-out from a no-deal Brexit on thei(...)

 In total, €1,162 million of new business was approved last month, almost 25 per cent more than in the same month last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Mortgage approvals topped €1 billion in July, according to new figures from the lenders industry group. It is the first time since the Banking and Pa(...)

 Brian Hayes: the BPFI’s newly installed chief executive. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) has urged Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe to retain the help-to-buy scheme for first-time bu(...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson waves as he enters 10 Downing Street following his appointment by  Queen Elizabeth

A quick scan of the newspapers across Europe this week and you might be forgiven for thinking Ronald McDonald had taken up residence at 10 Downing Str(...)

The annual hunt for rental accommodation is due to get under way  in a few weeks after the release of the Leaving Cert results. Photograph: iStock

Third-level students, many of whom are already beginning the search for places to stay when colleges get back into life in September, have been warned(...)

Pearse Doherty: ‘It’s a very clever argument by Brian Hayes and that’s why he’s been recruited into the position as the spokesperson for bankers.’ Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Brian Hayes, the former Fine Gael politician who recently took over as chief executive of the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland, has said thre(...)

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