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This bank [AIB], which is still trading in the US/Ireland and is still accepting deposits and making loans, appears to have some pretty fishy underpinnings. So begins a an alarming if somewhat baffling blog post by Trading analyst Reggie Middleton … Continue reading
Today we the Irish taxpayers learn just how our morally corrupt government are still paying 66 bank executives at banks covered by the State guarantee are been paid more then €300,000 each per year and on top of that we also … Continue reading
AIB must explain what it did with the billions it was given to help distressed mortgage holders – Harris
Posted October 4th, 2012 in Dáil Work, Economy, Finance, News, Public Accounts Committee Fine Gael TD for Wicklow, Simon Harris, today (Thursday) raised the question as to what AIB has done with the billions it was given to specifically help distressed mortgage … Continue reading
THE Government has been accused of standing back as AIB ”bleeds the ordinary householder dry” following the bank’s decision to hike up its variable-interest rate for the second time in two months. The State-owned bank shocked its customers earlier this week when … Continue reading
Here are the Zombies that are within our midst’s : The Bank of Ireland and Allied Irish Banks are continuing to fleece their own customers as they try to prop up their balance sheets .We have here gangsters who are … Continue reading
By Namawinelake It is comedic, bordering on farcical, that this country will agonise over the disposal of the 25% stake in Aer Lingus – worth about a lousy €175m – whilst at the same time largely ignore sales of assets worth many … Continue reading
By Namawinelake NAMA isn’t saying, but according to RTE, the owner of the 63-house Glendale Estate in Tullow in Carlow was Glendale Estates Limited. And according to Iris Oifigiuil, the receiver, Jim Hamilton of BDO Ireland, was appointed to Glendale Estates Limited … Continue reading
By Gene Kerrigan A QUESTION. Have the citizens of this befuddled little nation become so used to bowing the knee that there’s nothing they won’t let these people get away with? So far, an impartial observer might answer, yeah, probably. … Continue reading
ByBARRY O’HALLORAN and RAY MANAGH of the Irish Times STATE ASSETS agency Nama is prepared to allow a developer’s wife to keep €7 million from €17 million in cash transferred to her by her husband in a deal it offered the couple during negotiations … Continue reading
SIMON CARSWELL, Finance Correspondent THE NATIONAL Asset Management Agency (Nama) has ruled out a further increase in the fees paid to the five participating institutions for administering €72.3 billion in loans for the agency, despite lobbying by the banks for … Continue reading