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#Banking

# banking - Wednesday 20 June, 2018

The aggravating and mitigating factors: How the judge in the Drumm case arrived at six years

Judge Karen O’Connor noted that the most significant form of mitigation would have been a result of a guilty plea but that was not available in this case.

# banking - Friday 15 June, 2018

Irish economy is growing substantially but Brexit 'poses major threat'

High levels of household and public debt are also concerning, the Central Bank has said.

# banking - Sunday 20 May, 2018

'Bizarre carry-on': Criticism of consumer expert who said tracker victims should have faced tougher questioning

Brendan Burgess said people’s lives may have been destroyed, but that may not have been because of the overcharging.

# banking - Thursday 10 May, 2018

RBS, which owns Ulster Bank, agrees to pay €4.1 billion fine

The bank has been fined by the US Justice Department over its role in the subprime mortgage crisis.

# banking - Wednesday 2 May, 2018

Mobile app transfers not appearing in some Ulster Bank customers' accounts

Yesterday was a European bank holiday, which affected the situation.

# banking - Sunday 25 February, 2018

In rural Germany, mobile banking means a bank in the back of a truck visiting different towns

The closure of branches in rural Germany has led to mobile banking services that visit small towns.

# banking - Wednesday 21 February, 2018

From Business ETC After more than 10 years, RaboDirect is closing down in Ireland Shut Down

After more than 10 years, RaboDirect is closing down in Ireland

The lender holds deposits from 90,000 Irish customers.

RaboDirect announces that it is closing down its Irish operations in May

The bank holds over €3 billion in deposits from its Irish customers, who will now have to move their money elsewhere.

# banking - Thursday 18 January, 2018

'Take a look in the mirror': Why didn't the Central Bank act earlier on the tracker mortgage scandal?

The Central Bank’s governor Philip Lane confirmed 13,000 impacted customers are still waiting to get their money back.

# banking - Monday 1 January, 2018

Irish people warned they are being 'ripped off' by ATMs in foreign countries

People are advised not to withdraw money in their own currency rate as it is more expensive.

# banking - Sunday 31 December, 2017

Here's how banks plan to 'rebuild trust' after the tracker mortgage scandal

The initiative has been welcomed by Minister Paschal Donohoe today.

# banking - Wednesday 27 December, 2017

Goldman Sachs says it is 'considering options' after report of UK jobs moving to Dublin

The company’s the European asset management business is set for changes.

# banking - Friday 1 December, 2017

High Court injunction imposed on Sunday Business Post over banking commission fears

The commission is probing transactions involving the Irish Banking Resolution Corporation (IBRC).

# banking - Friday 17 November, 2017

'I'm not going anywhere': Lay litigants in uphill battle against banks and vulture funds

There are calls for the Legal Aid Board to relax its merits test so more families in debt can access professional representation.

# banking - Monday 23 October, 2017

From 'I don't know what a tracker mortgage is' to the biggest financial scandal of our time

The heads of three banks are due to meet with the Finance Minister to discuss the issue today.

# banking - Saturday 14 October, 2017

Nearly a decade after its bailout, AIB wants to turn its customers into 'fans'

But one of the bank’s retail execs says people may need to pay extra for face-to-face services.

# banking - Friday 13 October, 2017

More than 30,000 people may be affected by tracker scandal - double the Central Bank's estimate

Financial advisor Padraig Kissane said many people who should be included in the current redress process have been told they are not impacted.

# banking - Thursday 5 October, 2017

'They've gone without food, without heat in their home': Ulster Bank execs grilled over tracker scandal

The bank’s CEO revealed almost 3,500 customers were overcharged.

# banking - Wednesday 17 May, 2017

Bank of Ireland has poached a senior UK exec for its new CEO

HSBC’s Francesca McDonagh will be the pillar bank’s first female chief.

# banking - Sunday 7 May, 2017

Global investment funds have made Ireland a world capital for shadow banking

The sector is more than 10 times the size of the Irish economy.

# banking - Thursday 13 April, 2017

'Official Ireland has destroyed the lives of every person who's come forward' - Banking whistleblower testifies to Oireachtas

Banking whistleblower Jonathan Sugarman is before the Oireachtas Finance Committee today.

# banking - Saturday 1 April, 2017

Iceland's jailed bankers say they were scapegoats for the financial crisis

They’re taking their cases to the European Court of Human Rights.

# banking - Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Bank of China applies to set up Irish branch

Further opportunities to boost Ireland’s business relationship with China are expected post-Brexit.

# banking - Tuesday 7 February, 2017

'Very real concern' among KBC workers as bank to decide its future in Ireland on Thursday

The results of a strategic review of KBC Group’s Irish activities will be announced this coming Thursday.

# banking - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

Bank of Ireland warns customers over 'smishing' text scam

A link in the message might contain malware.

# banking - Sunday 11 December, 2016

Family in tracker mortgage error: 'My budget is €70 per week for food for four of us'

18 months since the Central Bank first announced an industry-wide investigation of tracker mortgage issues, I still haven’t been contacted by Ulster Bank, writes Caitriona Redmond.

# banking - Wednesday 7 December, 2016

You can now pay for things using your phone (but only if it's an Android)

Two banks, KBC and AIB, will be offering the service.

# banking - Thursday 24 November, 2016

AIB says 14 people lost their homes because of high tracker mortgage rates

The first-time buyers grant and communication with customers in rural Ireland was also discussed in committee.

# banking - Tuesday 1 November, 2016

Ulster Bank fined €3.3m for anti-money laundering and terrorist-financing failures

The Central Bank said “significant” breaches occurred from 2010 to 2016.

# banking - Monday 10 October, 2016

Central Bank fines KBC Bank Ireland €1.4 million for "repeated breaches" on lending codes

KBC was found to have breached Central Bank rules on 18 separate occasions.

# banking - Thursday 6 October, 2016

AIB is laying off around 150 people

The Financial Services Union says it is concerned about the redundancies.

# banking - Friday 2 September, 2016

Wearing brown shoes with a suit could lose you a job in banking

A new study has found senior managers in the banking sector dislike brown shoes due to their lack of ‘polish’.

# banking - Thursday 21 July, 2016

AIB's mobile and internet banking are down - but cards and branches are fine

The bank says it doesn’t have a time-frame for resolving the issue.

# banking - Saturday 2 July, 2016

The financial regulator's enforcement division is down a quarter of its staff

The recruitment campaign is ongoing.

# banking - Monday 27 June, 2016

Bank of Ireland apologises for technical issue with debit cards

There were a number of complaints online today.

# banking - Wednesday 18 May, 2016

AIB to open new supermarket branch as part of ongoing expansion for bank

AIB has opened four new branches in the past six months.

# banking - Wednesday 11 May, 2016

6 things you'll always* hear in a taxi in Ireland

*Well, almost always.

# banking - Wednesday 6 April, 2016

Panama Papers law firm says it was 'hacked by servers abroad'

Ramon Fonseca said the company lodged a criminal complaint with Panamanian prosecutors.

# banking - Monday 14 March, 2016

From The Daily Edge The AIB card reader is a tool designed to torture the people of Ireland Iban It

The AIB card reader is a tool designed to torture the people of Ireland

Come back code card. All is forgiven.

# banking - Tuesday 16 February, 2016

Taking on the banks and winning - all in a day's work for this Irish businessman

Liam Murphy had his loan application rejected – but he didn’t allow that to deter him.

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