Financial institutions have paid out €163 million to affected customers to date.
The ‘siloed’ nature of banks and the tech sector is holding back innovation.
The Central Bank said it took action to stop ‘a disorderly failure’.
But one of the bank’s retail execs says people may need to pay extra for face-to-face services.
Auto-enrolment could fix Ireland’s ticking time bomb of private-sector workers without nest eggs.
PTSB said it is obliged to comply with accounting principles that allow it to carry forward losses.
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Under the scheme, a mortgage holder will surrender their property and rent it back.
The lender was formally wound up in 2013 on a petition from the Central Bank.
Siptu members said they will lose privileges like access to duty-free shops.
KBC has announced a new fixed mortgage rate offering.
A liquidator was appointed to Rush Credit Union last November.
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His clients have now recovered over 70% of the money lost when his Ponzi scheme collapsed.
The fintech firm aims to become one of Ireland’s few homegrown multinationals.
The bank has offered to write off money owed by some of its customers.
The government is weighing up relaxing policies in place since the bank bailouts.
The Irish lender has been slapped with a €2.5 million penalty.
Net migration in the UK has dipped by a quarter since last year.
Provident Financial is being investigated by the UK’s financial watchdog.