Ross Maguire

Ross Maguire

Vulture funds debate: We’ve been taught to hate the funds: let’s challenge that

Vulture funds debate: We’ve been taught to hate the funds: let’s challenge that

Visceral hatred makes fertile ground to sow seeds of opposition to a reasonable course. If the sale is hampered the bank will remain broken and the consequences will be unfairly imposed on the next generation

Ross Maguire: The real vultures thrive on fear

Ross Maguire: The real vultures thrive on fear

If we really want to protect Irish family homes, we can bring in laws similar to the ones in Germany

Are judges trigger-happy on summary judgment?

Are judges trigger-happy on summary judgment?

Concern is rising that summary judgment are getting handed down too readily

Banks must be held to their promises of fair treatment

Banks must be held to their promises of fair treatment

It can only be hoped the Central Bank’s tracker mortgages review gives the consumer redress

The Financial Services Ombudsman is failing the public

The Financial Services Ombudsman is failing the public

Comment: When it comes to keeping the financial industry in check, the system has failed

Bankrupts come in from the cold

Bankrupts come in from the cold

In Ireland, we have faced an impossible dilemma. First, we have been caught up in one of the largest-ever real estate crashes.

A lifeline from insolvency

A lifeline from insolvency

Proposed legislation to deal with insolvency would be a major boost to people around the country if it were enacted, writes Ross Maguire.

We owe nothing to the banks that deserted us

We owe nothing to the banks that deserted us

The state’s duty of care should be towards its citizens, not the cowardly banks which left as soon as things got tough