Thursday May 28, 2015
Former financial regulator Patrick Neary has told the banking inquiry that the supervisory measures were not sufficient to meet the challenges posed by the crisis and the recession that emerged.
Monday May 11, 2015
AIB has asked the Commercial Court for orders allowing it to further examine the financial affairs of businessman Tony O'Reilly.
Wednesday April 08, 2015
The Irish Mortgage Holders' Organisation wants the Government to introduce a State-sponsored split mortgage that would allow local authorities to supplement the payments made by home owners in loan arrears and in danger of having their properties repossessed.
Tuesday April 07, 2015
The breakfast cereal giant Kellogg's, which routes a huge chunk of its global revenues through Ireland, has warned investors the international clampdown on corporate tax avoidance could have a "material impact" on its finances.
Wednesday April 01, 2015
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said he has "pencilled" in 21 April for the spring statement, which will contain growth and deficit projections.
Tuesday March 31, 2015
The numbers joining Ireland's richest club grew at the slowest rate out of 110 countries in the decade from 2004 - behind growth rates in Spain and Portugal - a new survey shows.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
An academic who specialises in media analysis has told the Banking Inquiry that, overwhelmingly, the Irish media maintained that there was no bubble and that the boom would eventually end in a "soft landing".
Friday March 06, 2015
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said the Government is willing to tweak insolvency legislation in an effort to get more people to engage with banks.
Tuesday March 03, 2015
The Cabinet has decided to oppose a Fianna Fáil bill aimed at tackling mortgages that have fallen into arrears which is being debated tonight.
Thursday January 29, 2015
Banks wrote off an average of 66% worth of secured debt following a bankruptcy, according to a sample of 50 cases taken in the past year.