Skunkworks wants to employ up to 18 people within three years. Image: Thinkstock

Two brothers who have set up Northern Ireland’s first surfboard manufacturing company have attracted new investment totalling £500,000 (€639,000). Co(...)

 Gary Palmer, Irish Debt Securities Association

As global investors fled Ireland amid the panic of 2009, US hedge fund Davidson Kempner spied an opportunity: It set up a company in Dublin to mop up (...)

Both the High Court and the Court of Appeal have found that MIBI should meet the   costs of claims relating to Setanta Insurance

The liquidator of Setanta Insurance in Malta has expressed his “deep concern” at the Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland’s decision this week to seek le(...)

NTR previously promised €50 million for the fund while Legal and General has committed up to 47.5 per cent in funding

Irish investment group NTR has secured an additional €85 million to successfully close the €250 million wind investment fund it recently set up with L(...)

Pharmaceutical and biotech-led deals accounted for the lion’s share of transactions recorded here in 2015

Irish mergers and acquisitions (M&A) reached a seven-year high in 2015, according to new figures published by Experian. It says the overall numbe(...)

Nama chair  Frank Daly at Leinster House in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The National Assets Management Agency (Nama) spent just in excess of €9 million on consultancy fees during the sale process for the Project Eagle port(...)

Arthur Cox was paid €33.1m, Blackrock Financial Management got €23.5m, Ernst & Young (former Anglo Irish Bank auditors) had €20.9m, KPMG (former Irish Nationwide auditors)  €13.2m, and Goldman Sachs  €9.4m

Ever since the banking crash in late 2008, various figures have circulated as to the cost to the State, or taxpayers, from the sector’s financial bail(...)

By the end of last year IBRC had been the biggest financial drain on the State with a net cost of €36.1bn. It was followed by AIB at €8.8bn andPTSB at €200m

The annual interest bill attaching to the State’s bailout of the banking sector could run to €1.7 billion a year, the Comptroller and Auditor General (...)

Johnny Ronan (left) lifts the lid on his business activities up to 2008 in submission to banking inquiry. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Johnny Ronan’s 28-page submission to the Oireachtas banking inquiry, published yesterday, lifts the lid on his business activities up to 2008. It als(...)

Micheál Martin: “The Taoiseach had obviously decided . . . he was getting rid of the then minister for justice Alan Shatter as a political liability and would allow no delay in using the report as his excuse.” Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been accused of allowing a report into the handling of Garda malpractice claims made by a whistleblower to be rushed into pub(...)