And then there were six. Not so long ago Irish consumers had a feast of choice when it came to choosing a current account provider: Halifax/Bank of Sc(...)

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TODAYMeetings: Origin Enterprises AGM and EGM (The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2); EMC Forum (Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin 4).Indicators: Euro zone trade bal(...)

The country’s main mortgage providers indicated today there were no immediate plans to pass on the latest European Central Bank (ECB) rate cut to vari(...)

Danske, which has 100,000 personal and 10,000 business customers, is the second bank to announce plans to close this week after ACCBank said it was to hand back its banking licence next year with the loss of about 180 jobs.

Three-quarters of mortgages over three months in arrears at Ireland’s six main lenders have yet to be restructured, figures from the Department of F(...)

The firetrap apartment complex built in 2007 by former IRA hunger-striker Tom McFeely is to be refurbished by Dublin City Council. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/Irish Times

Owners of the Priory Hall apartments in north Dublin are to be given a “fresh start” Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has said, two years since(...)

Since its inception, the IFSC has been a big success story for Ireland. Photograph: Alan Betson

Yesterday, about 130 people turned out at the impressive new Marker Hotel in Dublin for the third annual conference hosted by the Federation of Intern(...)

The Priory Hall complex in Donaghmede, north Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A three-week deadline has been set for a resolution to the long-running dispute over the future of the condemned Priory Hall development.Minister for (...)

Former taoiseach John Bruton, Chairman of IFSC Ireland

There will be yet another invasion of chalk-striped suits in the city next Tuesday, when the Federation of International Banks in Ireland (FIBI), a di(...)

Some 57,163 householders are now more than a year behind on payments, while just over half of those are at least two years behind. Photograph: Frank Miller

Lenders stepped up the repossession of homes where mortgages were in arrears in the second quarter, taking control of 223 properties between April a(...)

While data pointed to a rise in the number of homes taken into possession by lenders, from 166 in the first three months of the year to a total of 223 during the second quarter, the majority of these were abandoned or voluntarily surrendered. Photograph: David Gould

The number of homeowners unable to meet their mortgage repayments is continuing to rise despite banks being ordered to deal with the crisis.Figures pu(...)

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