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Yesterday’s News

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Wednesday 5 June, 2013

Column: The UK will continue to be a far friendlier place for those drowning in debt

The new Personal Insolvency Act may work for some but it’s deficient for a sizeable portion of distressed borrowers, writes Ronan Coburn.

Sunday 3 March, 2013

Column: Should the Financial Services Ombudsman have more autonomy?

In 2012 there were a total 8,135 complaints made to the Financial Services Ombudsman. While we should be able to name and shame badly behaving banks, consumers should also be concerned about the performance of this office, writes Ronan Coburn.

Thursday 4 October, 2012

Column: Why banks have begun picking our pockets (and more is still to come)

We need more straight talking on the status of Irish banking, writes expert Ronan Coburn.

Tuesday 19 June, 2012

Column: Don’t like bank charges? Sorry, but they’re here to stay

Our lenders’ bad behaviour during the boom means we’re going to be saddled by high costs for years to come, warns banking expert Ronan Coburn.