The Anchorage:  overlooks the river Liffey at the junction of Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Lime Street

An exceptionally well-let office building completed less than seven years ago in Dublin’s south docks is to be offered for sale on the international (...)

BNP Paribas Real Estate are guiding €2.5 million for a Dublin investment portfolio that includes ten multi-family residential units and 615sq m (6,619(...)

Kites is rented at €78,000 per annum under a 20-year lease from 2000, providing the next owner with an initial return of 6.2 per cent

Kites, the Chinese restaurant that has traded at Ballsbridge in Dublin 4 for more than 30 years, is to be sold as an investment. BNP Paribas Real Esta(...)

France’s BNP Paribas chairman says the record $8.9bn fine imposed on the euro zone’s biggest bank by assets for US sanctions violations last year was a “wake-up call” . Photograph: Kosuke Okahara/Bloomberg

Banks can no longer afford a “too narrow, legalistic approach” to complying with rules because “the world has changed” and they need to clean up their(...)

Aer Lingus fell by as much as 10 per cent in Dublin in the afternoon, before coming back to close around 4.4 per cent down to €2.12 when the market closed

A drop in banks led European stocks lower, with concern growing over the political situation in Greece. Greece’s ASE Index lost 4.8 per cent as Natio(...)

BNP Paribas chief executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafé: had annual bonus cut by about a third to €1.2 million. Photograph: Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters

BNP Paribas has slashed the bonuses for its top executives to reflect the impact of last year’s $8.9 billion (€7.8 billion) fine for US sanction viola(...)

Analysts warned that now that the European Central Bank had decided to use its veto on Greek bonds, a solution to the country’s debt crisis had to be found quickly.

A fall in Greek shares, sparked by the European Central Bank’s decision to stop accepting the country’s bonds, held back stock markets yesterday. A(...)

An anti-austerity demonstration outside the Greek parliament in Athens. REUTERS/Kostas Tsironis

Greek markets recovered from a sharp sell-off yesterday after the European Central Bank (ECB) agreed to a local lifeline for Greek banks, having earli(...)

Bangladeshi labourers:  while Bangladesh is one of the world’s poorest countries its  gross domestic product grew 6.1 per cent in 2014. Photograph:  Munir uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images

Bangladesh, one of the world’s poorest countries, is not necessarily a place you would think of when exploring future possibilities in south Asia. In (...)

Economist and new Greek finance minister Yannis Varoufakis has argued since the beginning of the crisis that Greece should default while staying a member of the euro area.

Greek five-year yields jumped to record highs on Wednesday as investor concerns that the new anti-bailout government in Athens was squaring up for a c(...)