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The Central Bank’s inspections, which covered a sample of 16 credit unions that issued house loans during 2017, found 10 had started such lending “without a well-developed business plan”.

Credit unions are providing house loans to members without putting in place a detailed business plan and have given “inadequate rationales” for doing (...)

A Central Bank report states that branches around the country continue to struggle with a decline in outstanding loans and low interest rates. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Pressure remains on the credit union business model, a new report from the Central Bank has suggested, as branches around the country continue to stru(...)

Only 286 unions were classified as actively trading, with the largest 50 accounting for more than half of the movement’s €15.9 billion of assets at the end of last year.  Photograph:  Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

The Oireachtas finance committee is set to call for a review of lending limits for credit unions by regulators, throwing its weight behind a key recom(...)

Patrick Casey: he  will be responsible for the regulation and supervision of the credit union sector in Ireland

Patrick Casey has been appointed registrar of credit unions in the Central Bank. Mr Casey is currently head of resolution in the regulator. He will (...)

Rush Credit Union is technically insolvent with a €4.7 million hole in its reserves.  Photograph: North County Leader

Rush is a sleepy coastal village in north county Dublin that rarely garners national headlines. Yesterday, it found itself at the centre of the lates(...)

Rush Credit Union was placed into provisional liquidation yesterday following an application by the Central Bank of Ireland amid allegations of money-(...)

Michael Carroll and Anne McArdle Michael, a banker from Knocklyon, Dublin, and primary school teacher Anne from Dundalk, Co Louth, were introd(...)

Irish Chaplaincy Service client Patrick Casey (70),  originally from Tipperary, in his flat in Willesden, London. Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

Paul Raymond grew up in Liverpool, raised on Irish songs and stories – even though the Irish connection dates back to great-grandfathers who left Lime(...)

In the midst of the Celtic Tiger boom in the following four years, Newbridge Credit Union’s assets expanded rapidly. Its loan book peaked at about €150 million in 2009. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins

Issues at Newbridge Credit Union (NCU) came to a head in an emergency, late-night sitting of the High Court on Sunday night. However, the problems beg(...)

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