Petroceltic chief executive officer Brian O’Cathain survived the attempted putsch by its 28 per cent shareholder Worldview. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

Computershare, the global business services company that collated the votes at a fraught Petroceltic International EGM on Wednesday, has rejected cri(...)

The portfolio of about 4,000 Irish non-performing residential home loans obtained from Llloyds  had a face value of €1.1 billion. Photograph: Andrew Winning/Reuters

US private equity fund Lone Star has appointed loan servicing specialist HML to manage a portfolio of residential loans that it acquired last month fr(...)

I read with great interest your articles on Vodafone’s share payout earlier this year. I wrote to both Vodafone and Computershare at the time, arguin(...)

HML services almost 60 per cent of the residential mortgage market in the UK and Ireland.

Specialist mortgage servicing group HML has introduced an asset-trading service for investors and banks seeking to acquire, manage or sell mortgage po(...)

I know that you have dealt with queries on the above subject many times and may wonder at another but mine is this. If a parent gifts €3,000 to an adu(...)

The Revenue is in line for a multimillion euro windfall after confusion saw thousands of Vodafone shareholders miss the deadline to avoid a tax(...)

I was very relieved to read your article describing why Vodafone is facing a backlash because of problem(...)

People who failed to express their preference to have the payment of €1.24 per old Vodafone share treated as capital will face bills for income tax, universal social charge and PRSI – ranging from 26 per cent to 55 per cent of the Vodafone money. Photograph: Chris Ison/PA Wire

A Vodafone shareholder who challenged Computershare’s assertion that details of his preferences in relation to its €80 billion(...)

Vodafone sold stake in US business for $130bn. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA

Vodafone is facing a backlash from shareholders obliged to deal with tax bills on a cash “windfall” from the company. A(...)

As an exercise in corporate communication, it was a fiasco. Vodafone is giving shareholders $84 billion in cash and shares – almost two-(...)