AIB has launched a €100 million fund for small and medium-sized businesses to help them invest in energy-saving projects.
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Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said that the country is now in a much better position as we exit the IMF/EU bailout programme.
Lenders must offer sustainable solutions to 75% of customers in mortgage arrears by the end of June 2014, under new targets set out by the Central Bank.
The European Central Bank is ready to take fresh policy action to support the euro zone economy but has not yet worked out a detailed plan of which policy tool to use when, the bank’s president has said.
Bank of Ireland has raised enough money from private investors to pay more than €2 billion back to the Government next week.
EU competition regulators fined six financial institutions including Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and Citigroup a record €1.71 billion for rigging financial benchmarks. The penalty is the biggest yet to
A new law on bankruptcy has come into effect after Minister for Justice Alan Shatter signed an order to introduce the measure.
Turnover at almost three quarters of SMEs has been stable or improved in the past six months, according to the latest Red C SME Credit Demand survey, a 10% increase on the previous period.
The number of Irish mortgages in arrears for more than 90 days increased slightly in the third quarter of the year compared to the previous three months, new Central Bank figures show.
The Revenue Commissioners have urged people who cannot get through to the Local Property Tax helpline to leave a message and it will be recognised that they made an effort to comply with the filing deadline.