Retired businessman Ted Cunningham has been refused an extension of time to appeal his failed High Court challenge in which he claimed the State unlawfully seized some £3m (€3.4m) from his home which gardaí alleged was part of the £26.5m Northern Bank robbery in Belfast in December 2004.
Wed, 05 Jun, 2019
Danske Bank has again apologised over its failure to monitor around €200bn in suspicious transactions that went through its Estonia branch over many years, as the lender posted a sharply lower net profit of 15bn Danish krone (€2bn) for 2018, in what it described as a “challenging year”.
Fri, 01 Feb, 2019
A Court of Appeal judge has voiced concern and regret that some personal litigants are incurring more debt due to taking mainly incorrect advice from people with no legal qualifications and “no real understanding of the law or the rules of court”.
Tue, 20 Jun, 2017
Portugal’s bonds rose the most since June after the country’s finance chief said that rating company DBRS has a positive assessment of the nation’s fiscal efforts, strengthening the government’s conviction that it will keep its investment-grade rating.
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Sat, 21 Nov, 2015
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has again rejected any possibility of his party forming a post-election coalition with the “mafia-like” Sinn Féin, despite colleagues and one senior Sinn Féin TD insisting a deal could be struck.
Mon, 19 Oct, 2015
After pursuing the toughest of tough negotiating lines, markets declared Angela Merkel and German bonds the victors from the weekend EU leaders’ summit by granting Greece a new €86bn bailout for three years without conceding to the demands of Greek leader Alexis Tsipras.
Tue, 14 Jul, 2015