Minister of State for Finance Michael D’Arcy: Irish banks  on their “last chance” to restore public faith. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Irish banks are on their “last chance” to restore public faith in the industry, according to Minister of State for Finance Michael D’Arcy at the launc(...)

EBS’s concession that a further 500 customers were caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal brings the number of its customers affected to 2,400.

EBS has conceded that a further 500 of its customers were caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal, just days before executives from its parent AIB a(...)

AIB said that during the period October 2009 to December 2013 it is estimated that the average tracker margin for principal dwelling houses would have been about 6.8 per cent. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

AIB has been accused of concocting a notional tracker mortgage rate of 7.9 per cent for some 4,000 customers caught up in the tracker controversy. T(...)

Oireachtas finance committee told that there are 3,000 homeowners at EBS, now part of majority State-owned AIB, who have not been returned to tracker rates.

There could be at least another 5,000 customers caught up in the tracker mortgage controversy, according to the financial adviser who helped to expose(...)

Approved Mortgage loan application with house key and rubber stamp

The issue of mortgage overcharging has been bubbling since 2010 when Bank of Ireland and KBC were forced by regulators to restore thousands of borrowe(...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane said there was an issue with the culture of the banking system. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The trickle of stories from people wrongly taken off tracker mortgages by banks in the wake of the financial collapse turned into a flood in October w(...)

All indicators suggest that house price and rental growth will continue into 2018, with double-digit hikes expected in the former and price growth of between 4-7 per cent for the latter. Photograph: Getty Images

It’s been a year of highs – US markets reached new peaks, while rents exceeded Celtic Tiger levels. And lows, as evidenced by the ongoing tracker mort(...)

Michael McGrath said a timeline should be imposed on the banks to ensure customers have their money returned before Christmas. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has insisted the taxpayer will not have to foot the bill for the compensation of those wrongly moved off tracker mortgages. Sp(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland is “the only game in town”, says financial consultant Padraic Kissane. Photograph: Alan Betson

Could I have been caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal? Possibly. If you were ever on a tracker and were taken off it – for whatever reason – you(...)

The Central Bank published new figures showing 12,500 customers were identified up to the end of June as having their mortgages changed.

Financial institutions found to have wrongly removed homeowners from tracker mortgages should have restrictions placed on their banking licences, the (...)

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