Archive for : April, 2018

Minister Donohoe welcomes latest Central Bank Progress Report on tracker mortgages

25th April, 2018

88% of impacted customer who have been identified have now received offers of redress and compensation Remaining 12% expected to receive offers by end-June......

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Government welcomes European Commission approval of Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Tax

24th April, 2018

The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD and Minister of State for Health......

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Minister Donohoe announces intention to sign and execute Escrow Framework Deed with Apple giving legal effect to recovery of alleged State aid  

24th April, 2018

  The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD,  has confirmed that the Escrow Framework Deed which sets out the......

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Minister Donohoe outlines voting intentions at forthcoming bank AGMs & review of remuneration policy

19th April, 2018

Government policy on banking remuneration has remained unchanged since the financial crisis. Extensive restrictions are in place, which, in summary, limit total remuneration for......

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Opening Statement to the Budget Oversight Committee on the Stability Programme Update 2018

18th April, 2018

  Chairman, members, I welcome the opportunity to be here today to discuss the draft Stability Programme Update. The Stability Programme sets out the......

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Minister Donohoe publishes the Stability Programme Update 2018

17th April, 2018

The Minister for Finance and for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D., today (Tuesday) published the Government’s Stability Programme Update 2018 (SPU). The......

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Iconic O’Connell Tower at Glasnevin Cemetery reopens to the public

13th April, 2018

This morning, Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, TD; Commissioner of the OPW, John McMahon; students from O’Connell School in......

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Minister Donohoe meets new German counterpart on official visit to Berlin

12th April, 2018

The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, is in Berlin today (Thursday) for a programme that includes a number......

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Collins Institute calls for online personal finance course funded by industry

10th April, 2018

Political think-tank the Collins Institute has called for an online course in personal finance to equip citizens to make better financial decisions. In a......

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First Quarter of 2018 shows solid revenue growth and good expenditure management

4th April, 2018

Today’s Exchequer Returns show that for the first quarter of 2018 the Exchequer recorded a deficit of €1,114 million which is €211 million higher......

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