A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Fri, 04 Jun, 2021
Sun, 09 May, 2021
Mon, 07 Dec, 2020
Tue, 01 Dec, 2020
Mon, 30 Nov, 2020
Mon, 28 Sep, 2020
Thu, 17 Sep, 2020
Fri, 07 Aug, 2020
Wed, 05 Aug, 2020
Mon, 15 Jun, 2020
Mon, 06 Apr, 2020
Courts cannot approve what are known as 'debt for equity swaps' in personal insolvency arrangements unless there is consent from the relevant secured creditor, a High Court judge has found.
Mon, 02 Mar, 2020
The new governor of the Central Bank, Gabriel Makhlouf, has said that lessons should be learned from past mistakes to avoid "a return to the credit-house price spirals".
Wed, 20 Nov, 2019
A crash-out Brexit or a shock that turned off the flow of corporate tax receipts would keep Irish sovereign debt at elevated levels for many years to come, the Central Bank has warned.
Tue, 24 Sep, 2019
There has been an increase in the number of farming families struggling to meet domestic bills, according to the latest Irish Examiner/ICMSA opinion poll.
Tue, 17 Sep, 2019
The debt owed by every man, woman and child in the country after the first three months of this year is significantly higher than the €10,667 owed in 2007 before the crash.
Fri, 12 Jul, 2019
Another economic crisis could hit us. We would not be prepared. It could go something like the film The Road. There could be unimaginably cruel circumstances, come the next bust.
Mon, 24 Jun, 2019
The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau is warning about websites offering unsecured loans which seek an upfront fee.
Mon, 29 Apr, 2019
Michael McGrath has welcomed the signing into law by the President of a new bill to regulate vulture funds in the New Year saying it will give greater protection to consumers
Fri, 28 Dec, 2018
There are calls for the HSE to stop referring cancer patients' debt to collection agencies.
Thu, 20 Dec, 2018
The Orla Kiely fashion retail empire went out of business with debts of more than £7.25m (€8.1m), new documentation shows.
Tue, 04 Dec, 2018
Permanent TSB has announced the sale of more than 6,000 non-performing mortgages to Glenbeigh Securities.
Thu, 29 Nov, 2018
The net worth of Irish households has hit an all-time high of €757bn.
Fri, 09 Nov, 2018
A popular gym in Cork City, which ceased trading in July with debts of almost €625,000, has been placed on the market with a guide price of €500,000.
Thu, 25 Oct, 2018
Almost one-in-three farmers admitted they have struggled to pay household bills in the past year, while there has also been a considerable increase in the number of those who said their level of farm debt was too high.
Mon, 17 Sep, 2018
The Government “needs to show its teeth” and call banks to task on mortgage rates, which remain among the highest in the eurozone, according to a consumer body.
Fri, 14 Sep, 2018
The Irish Cancer Society is warning that some patients are being harassed by debt collectors for hospital fees.
Fri, 31 Aug, 2018
Greece exits the last of its three bailouts on Monday and hopes to be able to borrow again in international markets after a nearly nine-year debt crisis that shrank the economy by a quarter and forced it to implement painful austerity measures.
Sat, 18 Aug, 2018
The average debt per cow ranges from €368 to €1,337 across the different dairy expansion categories, according to analysis of the Teagasc National Farm Survey results for 2017.
Thu, 16 Aug, 2018
A UK watchdog may recommend removing minimum repayments from credit card statements because it feels it encourages users to build up debt at expensive costs.
Fri, 27 Jul, 2018
Education Minister Richard Bruton has said the State cannot intercede and take on the private debts of companies that go into liquidation.
Wed, 18 Jul, 2018
Global debt rose to a record US$247 trillion in the year to the end of March, piling pressure on emerging markets. World debt has surged almost $150 trillion over the past 15 years.
Thu, 12 Jul, 2018
NAMA has increased its projected lifetime surplus to €3.5bn as it reports an after-tax 2017 profit of €481m.
Wed, 13 Jun, 2018
It is time to really tackle the mortgage arrears crisis and that begins with an amnesty from repossession of family homes for distressed borrowers, suggests
Tue, 06 Mar, 2018
A leading campaigner for mortgage holders has warned that vulture funds will not show any mercy to PTSB customers who have difficulty paying.
Fri, 23 Feb, 2018
Struggling mortgage holders must be offered debt write-downs instead of so-called foreign vulture funds, Paschal Donohoe has been told.
Thu, 22 Feb, 2018
Allied Irish Banks is concerned a High Court judge’s findings that notice was required to be given to a borrower of the transfer of her loan could raise doubt about some €17.8 billion in debt transfers by the bank under a 2001 Act.
Mon, 19 Feb, 2018
A bank which claimed an 88-year-old woman had no defence to a debt she guaranteed on behalf of her son had put forward "fake evidence" in support of its case, the Master of the High Court has said.
Thu, 01 Feb, 2018
The Irish economy has been given a positive review from the international ratings agency Fitch.
Sat, 16 Dec, 2017
The Central Bank is warning households about taking on new debt, almost 10 years on from the financial crisis.
Tue, 12 Dec, 2017
The ESB has paid a dividend of €60m to the State for the first half of this year; double the amount it paid for the same period last year.
Sat, 30 Sep, 2017
The deficit in the broadest measure of US trade rose to the highest level in more than eight years this spring.
Tue, 19 Sep, 2017