Minister of State Eoghan Murphy, pictured with Fine Gael’s Marcella Corcoran Kennedy and David Stanton. File photograph: Alan Betson

Eoghan Murphy, the newly appointed Minister of State for Financial Services, wants to take responsibility for implementing the 29 recommendations of t(...)

The uncertainty created by Brexit has  added to the problems   Irish banks already faced: increasing regulations, rising capital requirements, and a low interest rate environment

Just when the Irish banks thought they might have finally turned the corner following the crash of 2008, Brexit happens and all talk of dividends, sto(...)

The Bank of England in London: Goodbody Stockbrokers in Ireland seeks  to provide  clients with comprehensive coverage of UK financial stocks. Photograph: Marco Kesseler/The New York Times

Goodbody Stockbrokers has poached senior banking analyst John Cronin from its Dublin-based rival Investec as part of a broader plan to provide clients(...)

The Central Bank has published a bulletin on the code of conduct for mortgage arrears. For the first time there are details on those who have not co-operated with their lenders

So now we know. The Central Bank yesterday published a bulletin on the code of conduct on mortgage arrears. Tucked away towards the back were – for th(...)

Fianna Fáil TD Marc MacSharry: asked if the Data Protection Commissioner has been notified of the leaks. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Fianna Fáil TD Marc MacSharry has called for an independent investigation into the leaking of information from Nama in connection with some 800 debto(...)

Social Democrats TD Catherine Murphy has said taxpayers have a right to know why such large write-downs were granted to certain borrowers of IBRC. Photograph: Alan Betson

Last Friday evening, on the cusp of the bank holiday weekend, the second interim report of the commission of inquiry into IBRC was published by the De(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland received correspondence from a whistleblower in AIB  which is believed to relate to its Financial Solutions Group (FSG), which manages distressed loans. Photograph:  Matt Kavanagh

On Wednesday, the Central Bank of Ireland received correspondence from a whistleblower in AIB bank on the confidential email account that it operates (...)

The complaint was made by the whistleblower to the Central Bank of Ireland via a confidential email account for protected disclosures operated by the regulator. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Single Supervisory Mechanism in Frankfurt is set to investigate allegations made by a whistleblower this week in relation to AIB and the way it re(...)

Kevin Cardiff: Brian Cowen was “calm and in charge” on the night of the fateful bank guarantee meeting. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Government put together a “fighting fund” of about €20 billion in advance of the meeting on September 29th, 2008, that led to a blanket bank guara(...)

Former finance minister  Brian Lenihan and ex-Department of Finance chief Kevin Cardiff: Mr Cardiff  received “low- key messages” from Mr Cowen’s staff to be “sensitive” to Mr Lenihan’s  situation.   Photograph: Frank Miller

The former secretary general of the Department of Finance Kevin Cardiff revealed how he was asked to report to taoiseach Brian Cowen if he felt Brian(...)

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