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express
INTEREST RATE RISE: Markets betting on hike before the end of the yearfinance expert Rachel Springall says Atom, Ikano Bank, Investec Bank and Ford M
express / Posted 9 hours ago
finance expert Rachel Springall says Atom, Ikano Bank, Investec Bank and Ford Money have all hiked rates in recent months: “Ulster Bank pay 1.25 per cent on easy access, while Virgin Money and Sainsbury’s Bank pay 1.06 per cent on their cash... Read more
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The Irish Times
Bank of Ireland to begin tracker rate redress payments ‘within weeks’in 2015, said in June that it had redressed 92 per cent of 1,372 customers iden
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
in 2015, said in June that it had redressed 92 per cent of 1,372 customers identified at that time. It is understood Ulster Bank began making financial amends to its affected customers earlier this month. In 2010, Bank of Ireland carried out... Read more
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The Irish Times
Bank of Ireland trails rivals offering tracker rate compensationin 2015, said in June that it had redressed 92 per cent of 1,372 customers iden
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
in 2015, said in June that it had redressed 92 per cent of 1,372 customers identified at that time. It is understood that Ulster Bank began making financial amends to its affected customers earlier this month. In 2010, Bank of Ireland carried out... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Luxury Titanic Hotel 'will boost Belfast’s economy' Ulster Bank’s Claire McKeown, with Adrian McNally of Titanic Hotel, Gordon Da
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Ulster Bank’s Claire McKeown, with Adrian McNally of Titanic Hotel, Gordon Davidson of Ulster Bank, and James Eyre of Titanic Hotel September 19 2017 Luxury Titanic Hotel 'will boost Belfast’s... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Luxury Titanic Hotel 'will boost Belfast’s economy' Ulster Bank’s Claire McKeown, with Adrian McNally of Titanic Hotel, Gordon Da
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Ulster Bank’s Claire McKeown, with Adrian McNally of Titanic Hotel, Gordon Davidson of Ulster Bank, and James Eyre of Titanic Hotel September 19 2017 Luxury Titanic Hotel 'will boost Belfast’s... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Action over housing crisis must be taken at every level says Micheal Martinrate of growth in construction activity in Ireland fell last month to its slowe
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
rate of growth in construction activity in Ireland fell last month to its slowest rate in more than two years, according to Ulster Bank. Micheal Martin accused the Government of playing politics while the country suffered. He said: " The scale of... Read more
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8d
The Irish Times
Government signals tax cuts for Varadkar’s ‘Republic of opportunity’Republic slowed in August to its slowest rate in almost 2½ years, according to
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
Republic slowed in August to its slowest rate in almost 2½ years, according to the latest purchasing managers’ index from Ulster Bank. Sherry FitzGerald, the State’s biggest estate agent, said the number of homes for sale in the State fell 9 per... Read more
9d
The Irish Times
Goldman ‘vulture funds’ collect €390m from Irish borrowersfrom Irish borrowers. Beltany Property Finance and Ennis Property Finance snap
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
from Irish borrowers. Beltany Property Finance and Ennis Property Finance snapped up boom-era loans from banks such as Ulster Bank and Bank of Scotland (Ireland). Most of these loans were secured on commercial property and businesses in... Read more
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4NI
NI Housing Market Remained %apos;Buoyant%apos; In August - SurveyIreland remained "buoyant" in August, according to a new survey. The Royal Ins
4NI / Posted 10 days ago
Ireland remained "buoyant" in August, according to a new survey. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Ulster Bank Residential Market Survey revealed NI recorded the strongest growth across the UK for house prices. However,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Positive picture' for Northern Ireland's housing market as prices risewith sales and prices rising, according to a new survey. The latest RICS (Roya
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
with sales and prices rising, according to a new survey. The latest RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and Ulster Bank housing report shows 51% more surveyors quizzed said prices had risen here in the last three months. Meanwhile,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Drug lord’s former Kerry bolthole goes to auctionthat Cork-based property developer Sean Wyse, who acquired it from CAB for arou
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
that Cork-based property developer Sean Wyse, who acquired it from CAB for around €1.27 million, had his loans sold by Ulster Bank to Cerberus. A receiver was appointed this year and they are now disposing of the property. And there’s no... Read more
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The Irish Times
Fully let Clonskeagh office investment for €8.75mHouse at Beech Hill office park in Dublin 4 was last on the market in April 201
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
House at Beech Hill office park in Dublin 4 was last on the market in April 2015 for €5.5 million on the instructions of Ulster Bank. Since then it has been refurbished and the vacant first floor let to give a rent roll of €527,858 per annum.... Read more
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The Irish Times
Cairn Homes founders sell 2.1% stake for €26.6mand the tapping of shareholders to fund major asset purchase including a portfo
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
and the tapping of shareholders to fund major asset purchase including a portfolio of residential development loans from Ulster Bank in 2016 and, in July, a prime 8.64 acre site on broadcaster RTE’s Montrose campus in Donnybrook in Dublin. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Moy Park owner 'committed' to Northern Ireland following £1bn takeoverMcCollum, chief executive of Moy Park, was presented with the Lifetime Achievem
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
McCollum, chief executive of Moy Park, was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by Richard Donnan (right), Ulster Bank head of NI, and Richard McClean, MD of Independent News & Media (NI) at the Belfast Telegraph Business... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Moy Park sold: Pilgrim's Pride Corporation buys Northern Ireland chicken giant for £1bnvolume growth and a favourable exchange rate environment. The company’s chief
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
volume growth and a favourable exchange rate environment. The company’s chief executive Janet McCollum received a lifetime achievement award at this year’s Belfast Telegraph Business Awards in partnership with Ulster Bank. Belfast Telegraph Dig... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland private sector growth outpacing UK as cheap sterling fuels exports Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey September 11 2017 Northern Ire
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey September 11 2017 Northern Ireland... Read more
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The Irish Times
Results emerge from monthly Ulster Bank PMI surveys of activityslowed in August to its slowest rate in almost 2½ years, according to the lates
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
slowed in August to its slowest rate in almost 2½ years, according to the latest purchasing managers index (PMI) from Ulster Bank. A sharp spike in housebuilding was maintained over the month, according to the PMI. But weaker growth in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Falling pound boosts business for Northern Ireland companiesare taking advantage of the euro's comparative strength by ordering in sterling
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
are taking advantage of the euro's comparative strength by ordering in sterling and benefiting from the exchange rate, the Ulster Bank survey said. Northern Ireland companies recorded a higher rate of growth than traditional business hubs like... Read more
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The Irish Times
Pepper picks Ulster Bank executive to lead Irish unithas hired banking executive Cormac Ryan to head up its Irish business. Mr Ryan
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
has hired banking executive Cormac Ryan to head up its Irish business. Mr Ryan joins Pepper from Royal Bank of Scotland’s Ulster Bank, where he held a number of senior roles, including that of chief operating officer of an internal bad bank,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Danske Bank services up and running after tech problemsdebit today." One unlucky customer had moved his account to Danske after a sim
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
debit today." One unlucky customer had moved his account to Danske after a similar meltdown at another bank. Colm Gordon tweeted: "Come on. Moved from Ulster Bank for the same thing happening four years ago. Sort it out." Belfast Telegraph Di... Read more
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The Irish Times
PTSB rivals rule out following landlord debt forgiveness offera similar measure, people with direct knowledge of their strategies told The Ir
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
a similar measure, people with direct knowledge of their strategies told The Irish Times on Wednesday. A source close to Ulster Bank said the lender does not have a formalised programme of debt write-off similar to PTSB and that it deals with... Read more
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The Irish Times
Cairn chief says new homes not behind ‘pretty scary’ house price riseover two years, including its initial public offering (IPO) and tapping shareho
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
over two years, including its initial public offering (IPO) and tapping shareholders to fund major asset purchases, from an Ulster Bank portfolio of residential development loans in 2016 to a prime 8.64 acre site on broadcaster RTÉ’s Donnybrook... Read more
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The Irish Times
Cairn signals end to cash calls after amassing €720minvestment from investors to €720 million, as it opportunistically acquired ass
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
investment from investors to €720 million, as it opportunistically acquired assets such as residential property loans from Ulster Bank and, in recent months, a prime site at RTÉ’s Dublin 4 headquarters. “We’re very happy with the size and scale of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Retail chain Menarys sees pre-tax profits up 50% as its recovery continueshousehold items, as well as cosmetics. Over the last year-and-a-half Menarys n
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
household items, as well as cosmetics. Over the last year-and-a-half Menarys negotiated an exit from its relationship with Ulster Bank and moved over to the Bank of Ireland. Mr McCammon said the CVA and the change of bank has allowed his team to... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ulster Bank to open up online banking with new APIHaving trouble with your finances? There is an app for that. Or at least there
The Irish Times / Posted 20 days ago
Having trouble with your finances? There is an app for that. Or at least there soon will be. Ulster Bank has announced the country’s first banking open application programme interface (API). The move is set to change the way in which customers... Read more
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Limerick Post
Joy Neville brought joy to the game - Limerick Post Sportwas a 2013 Grand slam winner and played herself at the 2016 and ’10 World Cups.
Limerick Post / Posted 23 days ago
was a 2013 Grand slam winner and played herself at the 2016 and ’10 World Cups. She became the first woman to referee an Ulster Bank League Division 1A game and has risen through the ranks as part of the officiating teams for the now Pro14 and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Theya Healthcare CEO Ciara Donlon eyes global expansionestablished in February 2015 and who has spent most of her life working in onli
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
established in February 2015 and who has spent most of her life working in online sales and marketing for companies such as Ulster Bank and Vodafone. Based at NovaUCD, University College Dublin’s innovation hub, Theya Healthcare specialises in the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Moy Park reports £392m in revenue as sale draws closerof Moy Park, receives the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Belfast Telegraph B
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
of Moy Park, receives the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards from Richard Donnan, Ulster Bank head of NI, and Richard McClean, MD of Independent News & Media (left). Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Pimco vying with Irish lenders to buy Danske portfoliostill burdened by a heavy load of non-performing loans, remains the largest hol
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
still burdened by a heavy load of non-performing loans, remains the largest holder of these low-growth loans. KBC and Ulster Bank are also thought to have considered bidding on the Danske portfolio. Yet Bank of Ireland is widely viewed as the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Footballers' Lives with Paul Heatley: 'The priest gave me the Last Rites'my football and coaching commitments, I can only really delegate Friday night o
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
my football and coaching commitments, I can only really delegate Friday night or Sunday to proper family time. I work for Ulster Bank while Laura is a special educational needs teacher. She is working with kids who have Down's Syndrome or autism... Read more

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