The sale of the assets will leave Lloyds with ‘minimal exposure’ to Irish commercial assets the bank said. (Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg)

UK bank Lloyds is to sell a portfolio of impaired Irish commercial loans to a group of investors including Bank of Ireland for about £827 million (€1(...)

The ink is dry at last on the rumoured £8 million deal for Northern Ireland’s only five-star golf resort

It has taken the best part of a year to finalise, but the ink is finally dry on the rumoured £8 million deal for Northern Ireland’s only five-star gol(...)

The five-star, 600-acre property sits on its own peninsula between the shorelines of Lough Erne and Castle Hume Lough, close to Enniskillen

Northern Ireland’s only five star resort has been sold for an estimated €11 million to a group of US investors led by financier Michael Saliba, it was(...)

Iceland took back the franchise and bought Aim’s seven stores in late 2013.

The company that previously held the Irish franchise for the Iceland chain of grocery stores will apply to the High Court next Monday for an examiner(...)

D2 co-founder Deirdre Foley. Financier won praise from Derek Quinlan at Quinlan Private.

From a farming family in Co Sligo, Deirdre Foley (43) began her career with KPMG in 1992, where she trained as an accountant. After KPMG, she spent a(...)

The trustees of a non-denominational church, the Victory Christian Fellowship, have lost their appeal against a High Court ruling that Bank of Scotlan(...)

Tougher Business Park on the outskirts of Naas, Co Kildare: the current receivers’ sale will include all roads and services within the sprawling business park

Tougher Business Park, a sprawling business complex on the outskirts of Naas, Co Kildare, is to be offered for sale for about €14 million by two firm(...)

Judge Jacqueline Linnane said she was satisfied that all bank documents relating to the proceedings were in order and that Anthony and Miriam Freeman’s home on Navan Road in Dublin was the security given against the mortgage. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A Dublin couple who, according to a judge, once owned six houses and blew more than €500,000 on themselves in a spending spree, lost their upmarket fa(...)

31-35 Bow Street: OPW  the sole tenant

Four secondary office buildings in central Dublin sold less than two years ago as part of a 25-strong mixed-use property portfolio for €152.5 million(...)

Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea in Ouragh’s vast first-floor drawingroom during a photoshoot for the New York Times in 2008.  ©Photograph: Derek Speirs 5:19

In 2002, when bankrupt developer Sean Dunne built his 8,700sq ft home on Dublin’s exclusive Shrewsbury Road, he was well on his way to earning the tit(...)