Peter O’Dwyer

Peter O’Dwyer

No time limit on tracker complaints after ‘review’ by Bank of Ireland

No time limit on tracker complaints after ‘review’ by Bank of Ireland

Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman Ger Deering last week raised concerns that some banks were challenging his office’s attempts to investigate hundreds of tracker complaints by claiming they fell outside a six-year legal time frame

CRH to carry on divesting in bid to become ‘more focused’

CRH to carry on divesting in bid to become ‘more focused’

Building materials group CRH is to continue its divestment strategy, which has seen it agree €2...

Kenmare Resources looks to higher returns from 2021

Kenmare Resources looks to higher returns from 2021

Shareholders in Kenmare Resources can expect higher returns from 2021 onwards after the Irish min...

Key spending watchdog warns departments on need to cut costs

Key spending watchdog warns departments on need to cut costs

A number of high-profile departments, including housing, education and justice, are in danger of overshooting their budgets by the end of the year, the Parliamentary Budget Office has said

Cork to get nearly double broadband fund of Mayo and Galway

Cork to get nearly double broadband fund of Mayo and Galway

National Broadband Ireland’s €290m investment will cover nearly 75,000 premises in Cork; the next largest recipients are Galway, Mayo, Donegal and Kerry

Norwegian says Max 737 woes a factor in closing of Irish routes

Norwegian says Max 737 woes a factor in closing of Irish routes

Norwegian Airlines has said it pulled its transatlantic routes from Ireland as a result of poor r...

Harland & Wolff given extra time to assess potential offers

Harland & Wolff given extra time to assess potential offers

Accountants BDO said they had held 'positive discussions' with potential suitors, and as such had extended a period of temporary unpaid lay-offs for workers at the shipyard

Industrial devolution: The North's manufacturing future

Industrial devolution: The North's manufacturing future

Landmark Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff is on the brink of closure while other titans of Northern Irish industry have already fallen. There are hopes, however, that a new focus on technology could safeguard the North’s economic prosperity

Shorts: A brief history of a Belfast manufacturing giant

Shorts: A brief history of a Belfast manufacturing giant

Bombardier is the largest manufacturing firm in the North and an icon of its industrial manufactu...

No-deal Brexit: The fallout

No-deal Brexit: The fallout

The Northern Ireland Civil Service’s (NICS) report on a no-deal Brexit makes for sobering readi...

Spiralling insurance costs may not be tackled for years

Spiralling insurance costs may not be tackled for years

Competition and Consumer Protection Commission will not complete public liability study until late 2020

Moving houses: Banks sitting on over 1,000 vacant properties

Moving houses: Banks sitting on over 1,000 vacant properties

A decade on from the crash, banks and other financial institutions are working to get thousands of properties - surrendered or repossessed - off their books and back into the housing supply. Here’s how they’re doing

Kerry Group dismisses critical ‘maverick report’ by short-seller ‘trading own book’

Kerry Group dismisses critical ‘maverick report’ by short-seller ‘trading own book’

Shadowfall Capital said it had reason to question whether the group’s ‘profitability may be inflated’

€9m ‘excess’ transferred from injuries board to exchequer

€9m ‘excess’ transferred from injuries board to exchequer

The sum has been withdrawn from the accounts of the PIAB after the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) recommended that its level of reserves be reviewed

Broadband firms in stand-off with state

Broadband firms in stand-off with state

State in process of nailing down final number of premises National Broadband Ireland must cover: Department has requested ‘legally binding commitments’ from operators, but firms have refused