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# Finance committee

Last year
Bank of Ireland gives customers six months to make repayments after summer ATM 'glitch'
Opposition parties call on Govt to help households that are 'victims of profiteering banks'
Over 80 people have received debt write-downs of more than €1 million from AIB since 2015
Homeowners with €6,000 owed on mortgage given repossession orders, committee told
AIB execs agree to face TDs next week to answer questions about controversial debt write-downs
TDs set to haul AIB before Finance Committee after DJ Carey debt revelations
Fine Gael calls for AIB to appear before committee over writedown of DJ Carey debt
Ulster Bank to freeze 2,000 active accounts after 'last attempt' to engage with customers
Central Bank governor says cost of living increases have resulted in 'erosion of living standards'
All time
Finance Committee hears update from KBC and Ulster Bank ahead of market withdrawal
AIB to appear before Finance Committee over decision to go cashless at 70 branches
Lotto reps to appear before Oireachtas committee as jackpot goes unclaimed again
Mortgage-holders caught up in PTSB loan sale to be invited to tell of the turmoil it has caused
18,000 overcharged business accounts: Ulster Bank admits some customers complained five years ago
Even PTSB customers who are meeting revised loan terms will have mortgages sold to vulture funds
'Take a look in the mirror': Why didn't the Central Bank act earlier on the tracker mortgage scandal?
Minister willing to bring in new laws to punish reckless behaviour of senior bankers
'Shocking': Central Bank governor meets whistleblower Jonathan Sugarman over bank probe
How Germany's public banking model could make Ireland's sector more customer-friendly
'A dog who won't bark, never mind bite': Central Bank in the firing line over tracker scandal
Gardaí consulted on tracker-mortgage scandal - no reports made yet
Help-to-buy scheme is 'of course' pushing up house prices - Central Bank
Led by Jackie Lavin, around 60 Irish businesses want compensation from Ulster Bank
Ireland's legal profession just pointed the finger firmly at insurers when it comes to spiralling motor insurance costs
'We'll cut them again in a month or two' - AIB chief on mortgage rates
The new Lotto operators are accused of making 'savings and shavings' on the draw
The Central Bank's chief seems to have gone cold on relaxing its new mortgage rules
AIB will return the €21bn taxpayers pumped into it, but don't hold your breath on when
Why does Ulster Bank charge Irish customers much higher mortgage rates than those in NI?
Permanent TSB should turn a profit sooner - but don't expect cheaper mortgages
Opinion: How can we make the budgeting process fairer and more democratic?
Colm Bergin
More than 1,000 Irish pubs have had to shut down since 2007
We could be repaying our mortgages into retirement - the verdict on the arrears crisis
Finance Committee tells Central Bank: legal letters to crisis mortgages aren't 'sustainable'
Stop paying your mortgage. Don't leave your home - new advice from the IMHO
Chief whip accuses exiting banks of 'slash and burn'
Richie Boucher defends €843,000 pay, says BOI is 'comfortable'
AIB explains why its home repossessions tripled last year
Banking inquiry could be up and running within ‘four to five months’
Concerns over change in pay-and-file tax deadline