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Out of state, out of mind

Out of state, out of mind

A decade on from the start of the financial crash, bad loans still clog the system. Pressure from the regulators for banks to get rid of them at speed is increasing - but is this not just outsourcing the problem?

INM needs true independence at the top

INM needs true independence at the top

Independent News & Media must resist the temptation to appoint an associate of billionaire Denis O’Brien as its next chairman

Bankers’ turn for a grilling on tracker scandal

Bankers’ turn for a grilling on tracker scandal

The Dutch Central Bank’s input into the probe of banking culture should see a new emphasis on directors’ responsibility

Paddy Power’s new boss faces online betting battle

Paddy Power’s new boss faces online betting battle

As the gap between Paddy Power Betfair and the rest of the field starts to close, the betting giant will be under pressure to find new areas of growth

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Why the state should resist pressure and keep its AIB stake - for now

State response is less stick, more blunt instrument

State response is less stick, more blunt instrument

Not a bad outcome for the banks after a week in which they seem, once again, to have got one over on the government and their customers

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

The budget is likely to pass off without incident, simply because there isn’t very much spare cash to go round

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

The controversial chief executive of the ‘least-worst bank in Ireland’ is formally stepping down, after a tenure that may have been short on humility but was long on profits and growth

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

The botched handling of the Brexit negotiations means the pound’s decline is likely to continue for some time, harming Ireland in the process

Market Talk

Market Talk

Does Independent News & Media need a new chairman to solve its numerous problems?

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

What will the consequence of higher interest rates be for Irish borrowers?