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# Financial Services
AIB is lining up hefty share bonuses for senior staff to stop them leaving
The State-owned bank wants to give its executives deferred bonuses worth up to 100% of their salary.
# Policy
From 2022, employers will have to fund 'auto enrollment' pensions for staff
Similar schemes have previously been introduced in countries like Australia.
# Financial Services
Ulster Bank plans to offload a third of its mortgages
The company is looking to sell off as many as 7,000 loans in arrears.
# Fexco
'I used to think I had to do everything myself - I learned that smart people ask for help'
Fexco’s Ruth McCarthy also talks about why she tries not to worry too much about things.
# Retail
Bill Cullen is suing Ulster Bank for €120 million over the collapse of his business
The suit was filed in the High Court earlier this week.
# policy and economy
'Cheap political point-scoring' could hinder Permanent TSB's huge loan sale
Analysts say the state-owned bank may get less money than expected.
# insights and opinion
'I used to think I had to do everything myself - I learned that smart people ask for help'
Fexco’s Ruth McCarthy also talks about why she tries not to worry too much about things.
# Financial Services
A major Dublin-based insurance firm has been banned from issuing new policies
CBL Insurance has about 12,500 customers throughout Europe.
# circit
Meet the Dublin startup that's trying to save accountants drowning in paperwork
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Circit.
# moneyconf
The Pancake Tuesday treaty, pub crawls and fake news rents: A morning with Paddy Cosgrave
The Web Summit founder is bringing fintech shindig Moneyconf to Dublin this June.
# Financial Services
A huge UK private equity firm has snapped up a wealthy Irish software company
Pollen Street Capital has bought Vision Blue Solutions.
# Financial Services
The Pancake Tuesday treaty, pub crawls and fake news rents: A morning with Paddy Cosgrave
The Web Summit founder is bringing fintech shindig Moneyconf to Dublin this June.
# building and property
Ireland's stock exchange is getting a new property firm - but it won't be building houses
Core Industrial REIT is raising €225m to splash out on warehouses around Dublin.
# Financial Services
Here's what we know so far about the plan to sell Ireland's oldest stockbroker
Goodbody looks like it will be snapped up by a Chinese buyer in a €100m deal.
# michael walsh
The former chairman of Irish Nationwide has been given a €20,000 fine
The lender’s collapse cost taxpayers an estimated €5.4 billion.
# Financial Services
The former chairman of Irish Nationwide has been given a €20,000 fine
The lender’s collapse cost taxpayers an estimated €5.4 billion.
# Search
Charities are hunting for €3.8m missing after the collapse of a detained Irish man's firm
The company, Pembroke Dynamic, handled donated funds for outfits including the Red Cross.
# retail and services
Charities are hunting for €3.8m missing after the collapse of a detained Irish man's firm
The company, Pembroke Dynamic, handled donated funds for outfits including the Red Cross.
# Startups and tech
Meet the Dublin startup that's trying to save accountants drowning in paperwork
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Circit.
# Financial Services
What on earth is going on with the world's stock markets this morning?
Everything appears to be in freefall, though some analysts suggest it’s just a “natural correction”.
# Expansion
The Limerick billionaires behind Stripe are opening a Dublin engineering hub
But one of the Collison brothers has warned about the dangers of the city’s housing crisis.
# Financial Services
The Limerick billionaires behind Stripe are opening a Dublin engineering hub
But one of the Collison brothers has warned about the dangers of the city’s housing crisis.
# getcover
'I put on my brother's second-hand suit and knocked on doors to get my first job'
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Getcover.ie.
# CCPC
Competition officials are virtually powerless to police a €700m car loan market
The UK is worried about sub-prime lending in the industry, so Ireland is taking a closer look.
# Financial Services
'I put on my brother's second-hand suit and knocked on doors to get my first job'
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Getcover.ie.
Voices
Why Ireland has a gender pension gap problem - and how we can start to fix it
In retirement, men are nearly 40% financially better off than women.
# Transport
Competition officials are virtually powerless to police a €700m car loan market
The UK is worried about sub-prime lending in the industry, so Ireland is taking a closer look.
# Financial Services
A 'dedicated' garda unit may be introduced to tackle false personal injury claims
A report has found that fraudulent complaints are often viewed as ‘victimless’.
# Financial Services
The head of Ulster Bank has been poached by supermarket giant Tesco
Gerry Mallon has handed in his resignation to the lender.
# Financial Services
The head of Ulster Bank has been poached by supermarket giant Tesco
Gerry Mallon has handed in his resignation to the lender.
# Financial Services
Poll: Do you think the State should back cheap mortgages for first-home buyers?
Some are worried a new scheme could create further demand in the housing market.
# building and property
The State is stumping up €200m to offer mortgages to sub-prime borrowers
Low-interest loans will be made available to those buying affordable homes.
# Financial Services
Ex-Anglo boss David Drumm has pleaded not guilty to conspiring to defraud investors
Jury selection is under way.
# Financial Services
The Central Bank wants to criminalise 'reckless' behaviour by bankers
The watchdog wants measures to make it easier to target individuals for wrongdoing.
Voices
Why we shouldn't worry that a flood of Brexit finance jobs hasn't washed up in Ireland
This year promises to be a watershed one for the country’s financial services industry.
# Financial Services
Goldman Sachs admits it is 'considering' its options following Dublin move reports
The Financial Times reported the firm’s European asset management business is coming to the Irish capital.
# Financial Services
It gets worse: Another 13,000 tracker victims have been overcharged by Ireland's banks
The Central Bank says over 30,000 customers have been impacted by the scandal.
# Financial Services
Merrion Stockbrokers has been slapped with a €200k fine by the Central Bank
The firm has breached the regulator’s fitness and probity rules.
# Tracker Mortgage
'There's no evidence of a banking cartel in Ireland', says watchdog
But the CCPC hasn’t ruled out the possibility banks colluded over the tracker mortgage scandal.
# Financial Services
Competition watchdog: 'There's no evidence of a banking cartel in Ireland'
But the CCPC hasn’t ruled out the possibility banks colluded over the tracker mortgage scandal.