Sports Minister Shane Ross has welcomed the appointment of three new independent directors of the Football Association of Ireland - but warned that the development does not mean the immediate restoration of government funding to the crisis-hit sporting body.
A Garda Superintendent today warned that ghost insurance brokers are preying on the naivety and inexperience of new Irish citizens to take out fraudulent insurance policies. Here's the answers to the questions you might be asking about ghost brokers.
The chief of KBC Bank Ireland has said its parent is “absolutely committed” to staying in Ireland even as the top boss of the Belgian group expressed impatience with the long-running Central Bank review into
Brokers selling mortgages, insurance, or market investments in Ireland will be banned from accepting free sporting and social tickets from financial firms under a crackdown by the Central Bank it emerged over night.suggests this is a big step in the right direction but more needs to be done.
Consumer and financial experts have called on regulators to probe the grip held by AIB and Bank of Ireland on the banking market. The calls come after ECB head Mario Draghi told the Oireachtas Finance Committee on Thursday that a “quasi-monopoly” was driving up the costs of credit for homes and business borrowers.
Making a virtue of finding €1bn down the back of the sofa and seeking to secure political gain by using the bulk of the cash to shore up an out-of-control health service spending, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe is getting away with the oldest of political strokes.