The Central Bank of Ireland has recently set out new targets for banks dealing with mortgage customers who have fallen more than 90 days in arrears. After discussions with Troika, the European Commission led fund organisers, the Central Bank wants to have “concluded agreements” in place with 15% of customers in arrears over three months by the end of the year. It also wants to see banks offering sustainable solutions to 70% of these customers by spring 2014. It is yet to be decided if this is good or bad news for customers The Central Bank has not clearly defined their terminology of “sustainable solution” and whether this includes repossession or voluntary sale.
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Own a motorbike? Did you know that it is an offence to keep a motorbike without bike insurance? If so you will need to find the right motorbike insurance. You will need to make sure that your bike is insured for the whole year and not just the summer months. You can choose between fully comp, third party or third party fire and theft insurance cover levels. The main factors that affect the price of motorbike cover will be the driver age, experience, type of bike and number of years no claims bonus. So make sure you shop around and get a good motorbike insurance comparison before you buy.
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As part of new regulation submitted by the Government, the National Transport Authority has set new branding rules for all small public service vehicles.The Authority proposed that each taxi should display branding that contains the individual vehicle licence number and carry the Transport for Ireland logo. These rules have been in place since early 2013 and the Authority has warned that new taxi licences will not be issued unless the branding is fitted. For more information on the branding click here.
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Twitter is the next of the tech giants to announce plans for flotation and is now the hottest topic amongst investors since the flotation of Facebook last year. The micro-blogging business has been valued at more than $10bn. However, given Facebook’s post flotation troubles analysts remain sceptical as to the ongoing growth and sustainability of the company.
Twitter has more than 200 million active users, over two thirds of which access social media via their mobile phone device. This area has been particularly difficult for advertisers to reach. No matter whether you access social media via your mobile phone, tablet, iPad or laptop, finding the right gadget insurance is a must. Use Paddy Compare today to find cheap mobile phone insurance, tablet insurance, iPad insurance or laptop insurance in Ireland. Enter your gadget details onto our one page online gadget insurance quote form and get gadget insurance quotes now.
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Ryanair’s Chief Executive Michael O’Leary received a negative result from the UK Competition Commission (UKCC) today as he was told to reduce his minority 29.8% stake in Aer Lingus to 5%. The UKCC claimed that such a stake in Aer Lingus had led or may be expected to lead to a substantial lessening of competition on routes between the UK and Ireland. Michael had been expecting this result but said in a statement that he plans to challenge the commission’s decision. On the other hand, Aer Lingus’ Chairman Colm Barrington welcomed the outcome as he said it was unacceptable that the airline’s main competitor was allowed to remain on it’s share register.
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Insurer CPP is the latest name in the mis-selling scandal to pay up to £1.3 billion sterling in compensation to customers for mis-sold credit card insurance. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) stated that approximately seven million customers who bought and renewed about 23 million policies will soon be contacted by CPP. The FCA had already issued a fine to CPP earlier in the year for £10.5 million for giving customers misleading and unclear information. Card protection insurance costs roughly £30 per year, with identity protection about £80 annually and in most cases both are optional extras.
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Recent good news for the Irish property rental market as prices in Dublin rose by 7.5% in the three months from April to June. According to a report from rental property experts Daft.ie, prices outside of Dublin also rose by 1% and the average rent is now €825 per calendar month, again up from €790 this time last year. Daft.ie’s report revealed that this increase in rents is due to a fall in the number of rental properties available, down to approximately 2,300 from 4,200 in August 2012.
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The IT sector in Ireland is going from strength to strength, as a recent survey found that the majority of Irish tech companies plan to recruit over the next three months. The IT companies interviewed said that they expect sales to continue to grow but are still finding it difficult to locate the right talent for the jobs. The MD of the Irish Software Association, Edel Creely said there is a need to drive more IT graduates and create more IT-related college programmes. The IT sector in Ireland currently employs over 10,000 people and contributes €1.8 billion to the economy.
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