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‘The Government needs to set up a taskforce urgently to assess why houses are much more expensive to build outside Dublin city centre than major English cities,’ says Ballymore Group founder Sean Mulryan. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

‘The Housing Fix’ is an Irish Times series exploring solutions to Ireland’s housing crisis – arguably the biggest social and economic issue facing the(...)

Cullaun Capital is led by former senior AIB and Ulster Bank executive Stephen Bell. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

Cullaun Capital, a fledgling Dublin-based property finance provider led by former senior AIB and Ulster Bank executive Stephen Bell, has hired former (...)

Trumpeter Ryan Quigley, who brings ‘Ella & Louis: Porgy & Bess’ to the National Concert Hall on Wednesday 11th.

Saturday, September 7th Honor Heffernan: The Whistling Girl High Tide Club, Castletown Bearhaven, Cork Composer Trevor Knight’s setting of the word(...)

Callaun Capital co-founders (from left) head of portfolio management Noel Ross; head of origination Daire McCarthy and chief executive Stephen Bell. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennells

Cullaun Capital, a fledgling Dublin-based property development finance provider that started business 11 months ago, is set to reach €100 million of c(...)

Wood & Bell: new restaurateur Keith Wood with business partner Malcolm Bell and executive chef Paddy Collins.

Former Ireland international rugby player Keith Wood has opened a restaurant in his native Killaloe, Co Clare, with his business partner Malcolm Bell.(...)

Ulster Bank’s newly-installed chief executive Gerry Mallon said Ms Lyons “has a significant knowledge of the banking landscape”

Ulster Bank has appointed Margot Lyons as its chief risk officer in the Republic. She joins from GE Financial Markets in Dublin, where she most recent(...)

Ulster Bank staff were told of Stephen Bell’s  departure.

Ulster Bank senior executive Stephen Bell has left his role as chief risk officer. Staff were informed yesterday that his secondment from Royal Bank o(...)

Ulster Bank has designed a new user-friendly communication, urging customers to engage with the bank. This will be sent out this week

Ulster Bank believes that many of the 2,000 borrowers in mortgage arrears who have refused to engage with it on their debts are “determined” defaulte(...)

Ulster Bank said on Monday that it is seeking to engage with about 2,000 mortgage arrears customers. It said it won’t seek to repossess a  home if the borrower engages with the bank and it can agree a solution or outcome. (Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times)

About 2,000 Ulster Bank mortgage arrears customers who have yet to engage with the bank about a possible restructuring of their loan are to receive a(...)

Ulster Bank CEO Jim Brown. Photograph: Frank Miller

It might have been the wet weather outside but yesterday’s proceedings at the Oireachtas finance committee were something of a damp squib compared wit(...)

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