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Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation to provide independent advice to the 10 per cent of AIB  customers who are in mortgage arrears

Aninitiative is to be unveiled today to assist customers of AIB in mortgage arrears who have not engaged with the bank. It is understood that AIB is t(...)

Minister of State Brian Hayes. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

Minister of State Brian Hayes has refused to be drawn on speculation that he will contest the 2014 European elections for Fine Gael in the Dublin cons(...)

 Members of New Beginnings and the Defend Our Homes League protesting outside an auction by Allsop Space  of 74 lots of property. Photograph: Alan Betson

The group representing 800 estate agents has been asked to sign a public declaration that its members would boycott the sale of family homes which hav(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: to sit  on the three judge High Court assigned to hear the challenge by United Left TD Joan Collins to the Government’s promissory note payments

The appointment of Ms Justice Mary Laffoy to the Supreme Court means she will be replaced by Mr Justice Peter Kelly on the three judge High Court assi(...)

John Perry was known to have made big investments during the boom years and his subsequent financial difficulties have been known for some time. Photograph: James Connolly

Last April, Minister of State for Small Business John Perry wrote to the chief executives of Bank of Ireland and AIB asking them to meet a Government (...)

The Central Bank insisted last night that its new proposals will allow borrowers and lenders to reach more sustainable solutions

Banks will not be able to force distressed borrowers off tracker mortgages unless they engage in meaningful write downs. or provide alternative arrang(...)

David Hall of the Irish Mortgage Holders Association who last night called for the Central Bank to be stripped of its consumer protection role. Photograph: Collins Courts

Lobby groups and groups supporting people struggling to pay their mortgages have expressed disappointment and anger at the Central Bank’s new code of (...)

Irish Bank Officials’ Association general secretary Larry Broderick: “We don’t want to see our members being put in a position where there are sent out to act as debt collectors.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The largest banking union has said its members are unhappy at the prospect of being turned into debt collectors by the Central Bank’s revised code of (...)

The Government has failed distressed borrowers and is more concerned with protecting the State’s banks, the head of the Free Legal Advice Centre, Noel(...)

There are now almost 144,000 mortgages in arrears, according to figures from the Central Bank

Homeowners who fall behind with mortgage repayments this month could find themselves before the courts by Christmas and ultimately facing repossession(...)

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