Ulster Bank’s new chief executive Gerry Mallon told the “Belfast Telegraph” in September: “I need the buzz: the livelier the city, the better.” Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ulster Bank’s new chief executive Gerry Mallon will be a busy man next June. That’s when he takes up the reins at Ulster Bank’s business in the Republ(...)

A family run jewellers in Dublin city, in business for more than 40 years, shut its doors for the final time Friday following a dispute over a bank lo(...)

The bank recorded for the second consecutive quarter a negative loan impairment charge of 86 million crowns

Danske Bank reported third-quarter pretax profit below forecasts on Thursday and Denmark’s largest lender by market capitalisation said the negative i(...)

Former Fine Gael TD John Perry with Taoiseach Enda Kenny: Mr Perry  lost out at the selection convention for Sligo-North Leitrim in a close contest over weekend. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

A former Fine Gael TD seeking to return to the Dáil in the constituency where party deputy John Perry lost a selection convention said he can unde(...)

 Fine Gael  leader Enda Kenny  with former minister of state John Perry. File Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said the Fine Gael hierarchy will “reflect” before deciding whether it should add former junior minister John Perry to a g(...)

Bloxham Stockbrokers was liquidated in 2012 after the Central Bank (above) discovered a €5.3 million hole in its accounts. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board (Carb) intends to investigate accountancy giant Deloitte over its role in the collapse of Bloxham Stockbrok(...)

Patrick Finnegan’s company, PTF Securities, secured a loan, personally guaranteed by Mr Finnegan, to acquire the equity in Bloxham, the court heard. Photograph: PA

A bank has obtained a €3.7 million judgment against a former partner in the liquidated Bloxham stockbroking firm. Danske Bank secured the judgment ag(...)

The ISE said an additional 1,082 new fund classes were admitted in the first nine months of 2015, bringing the number of funds on the main securities market to 7,503

Some 4 million Irish shares were traded in the nine months to the end of September, up 22 per cent versus the same period a year ago, according to new(...)

Ceva at Horizon Logistics Park beside Dublin Airport

Further signs of recovery in the industrial market comes with news of the first pre-sale of a new warehouse facility in Dublin for seven years and the(...)

The North’s long-term jobless rate of 58 per cent is nearly twice that of the UK

The number of people claiming jobless benefits fell in the North last month by 1,000. But the latest labour market statistics also show that the numbe(...)