One of the best remaining, compact prime redevelopment sites in Cork city has been sold for over €7 million, for 0.63 of an acre, or for the equivalent of €11 million per acre, to Dublin-based purchasers.
The Munster headquarters of the Bank of Ireland, at 32 South Mall in Cork city centre has been put up for sale, as a banking blue-blood, blue-chip investment. The guide is €16 million.
A High Court judge has refused a bank's bid to halt an action by a woman alleging a bank manager obtained false income details to support a property investment loan application.
Borrowers who are banking on a judicial Fifth Cavalry riding to the rescue may have to think again, if a recent decision of the new Court of Appeal is anything to go by.
Nearly €550m was collected last year via company audits and compliance checks by the Revenue Commissioners — over 11% more than was the case in 2012.
In the absence of an adequate resolution body, disputes loom large, says Stephen Rogers.
Most of the €200,000 stolen by a civil servant from the Department of Education has been paid back by his estate following a settlement after his death.
A Dublin landlord in contempt of court over a €7m debt to National Irish Bank has handed over his passport, having been briefly held under police supervision.
Jersey-based builder David Kennedy is being pursued at the Commercial Court for a further €7.5m by Bank of Scotland over guarantees of loans to building companies.
The Director of Corporate Enforcement has withdrawn his appeal against the High Court’s refusal to make a disqualification order against a former senior manager with National Irish Bank.
Danske Bank has secured judgment for almost €7m against a businessman over unpaid loans secured on properties at Charlemont St in Dublin.
THIS is the year of the investment sale, according to Margaret Kelleher, director of Lisney’s Cork offices, as she bring a blue-chip bank investment to market, in an equally blue-chip setting.
THE busiest spot in Cork City right now has to be directly across the Lee from City Hall, along and behind Lapps Quay.
National Irish Bank made an operating loss of €8m for the first nine months of 2012 after taking an impairment charge of €1.33bn for the period.
National Irish Bank has reported a loss of €586m for the nine months to the end of September, down from a loss of €600m in the same period last year.
First-half losses at National Irish Bank remained largely unchanged — at €401m — this year, but its loan impairment charges fell by nearly €30m compared to the same period last year.
National Irish Bank has announced losses of €401m for the first half of the year.
National Irish Bank is reporting an operating loss, before impairment charges, of €10m in the first six months of the year.
The bank union IBOA has warned that AIB’s move off-street — forcing its customers to bank online or by phone — could backfire as was proven by the Ulster Bank fiasco.
National Irish Bank is to close its network of 27 branches with the loss of at least 100 jobs, in a response to what the company described as the radically changed Irish banking environment.
National Irish Bank (NIB) is to close its network of 27 branches around the country as part of a major restructuring of its business, it was announced this evening.
The major IT failure which has caused havoc to Ulster Bank and the wider RBS Group has been fixed in Britain — but has yet to be solved in Ireland.
The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to a heating and plumbing supplier which employs 16 people.
The High Court has today appointed an interim examiner to a heating and plumbing supplier which employs 16 people.
The Central Bank has no immediate plans to interview Tadhg Gunnell regarding his role in the fall of Bloxham Stockbrokers.
Danske Bank has said that impairment charges are likely to continue increasing at its Irish operations for the next two years and could reach €942m between now and the end of 2014.
National Irish Bank (NIB) is to be rebranded under the name of its parent company, Danish group Danske Bank, later this year.
National Irish Bank is being rebranded as Danske Bank as part of a group-wide reorganisation at Danske Bank, its parent company.
Two foreign-owned Irish banks have reported losses between them of over €1bn during 2011, according to accounts released yesterday by KBC and NIB banks.
National Irish Bank has reported an operating profit before impairment charges of €45m, a decrease of 7% on last year.
A MILD recovery in exports will not translate into jobs, according to reports released by the Irish Exporters Association (IEA) and National Irish Bank (NIB).
Irish exports will continue to grow next year despite the economic difficulties in Europe, according to a new report.
A former executive director of National Irish Bank has had a nine-year disqualification order overturned by the Supreme Court.
A DIRECTOR of building development company Rockridge Developments Ltd is rejecting a claim by National Irish Bank that she is liable for loans of almost €10 million relating to 1.8 acres of land in Carrickmines, Co Dublin.
MINISTER Brendan Howlin is quoted in your newspaper (November 8) as saying that National Irish Bank cannot be forced to pass on (to hard-pressed borrowers) the ECB rate reduction.
EBS has joined Permanent TSB, KBC and the former Irish Nationwide in passing on the full 0.25% cut in interest rates announced by the ECB.
A senior Minister has said National Irish Bank's decision to hike variable mortgage interest rates by almost 1% is "disappointing".
National Irish Bank has defended its decision to hike variable mortgage interest rates by almost 1% from Friday.
Opposition parties are calling on the Government to force all banks to pass on the European Central Bank interest rate cut.
SOLICITOR and businessman Noel Smyth is being sued for €9.6 million at the Commercial Court over his guarantees of loans made to two companies.
NATIONAL Irish Bank has reported a pre-tax loss of €600 million for the first nine months of this year, up by over €130m on the same period in 2010.
National Irish Bank (NIB) has reported pre-tax losses of €600m for the nine months to September 30, compared to losses of €468m for the same period last year.
A HIGH Court judge has directed that a property owner, who was previously jailed for being in contempt of court, be brought before the court for allegedly barricading himself into a property he had undertook not to interfere with.
A €50 million year-on-year increase in impairment charges to cover non-performing loans pushed pre-tax losses at National Irish Bank (NIB) up to €400m in the first half of this year.
National Irish Bank today reported pre-tax losses of €400m for the first six months of the year.
THE latest Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures present a mixed picture of Ireland’s economic performance for the first quarter of 2011.
The domestic economy suffered a dramatic slump at the start of the year, official figures have revealed.
IRELAND’S trade surplus fell from €4.0 billion in March to €2.6bn in April, according to seasonally adjusted trade figures from the CSO.
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