Ken Fennell of Deloitte: the privately owned Boylesports has approached Mr Fennell and is in talks with him regarding an alternative plan

Bookmaker Boylesports is lining up a bid for rival Ladbrokes Ireland, which is under court protection from its creditors to allow it to restructure t(...)

Tadhg Gunnell, the former head of finance and compliance at liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham, was adjudicated bankrupt by the High Court earlier this year.

Tadhg Gunnell, the former head of finance and compliance at liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham, has been disqualified from managing a financial firm(...)

1-2 Upper Hatch Street in Dublin 2:  Deloitte will be paying a rent of around €463 per sq m (€432 per sq ft) for 370sq m (3,982sq ft)

Business giant Deloitte has further expanded its operation at 1-2 Upper Hatch Street in Dublin 2 by taking a new ten-year lease of the office accommod(...)

Picasso purchase and the greater fool theory Is art a good investment? Some people think so, with Christie’s last week becoming the first auction hous(...)

A number of high-profile hotel and leisure assets are connected with the portfolio, including the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny (pictured) and the Regency Hotel in Drumcondra in Dublin. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Lloyds Banking Group is planning to sell €4.2 billion of face value legacy loans connected with Ireland in what will be one of the biggest such real e(...)

Deloitte’s Ken Fennell was appointed examiner by the High Court for the Ladbrokes restructuring.

A number of Ladbrokes’ landlords say they will join forces to get better terms from the bookmaker, which wants to surrender about one-third of its (...)

A Ladbrokes spokesman said the process is about building “a sustainable business in Ireland and protecting jobs”.

Ladbrokes landlords say the bookmaker is offering them “derisory” compensation for allowing it to walk away from leases while it bids to restructure i(...)

Former KPMG managing partner Terence O’Rourke giving evidence to the banking inquiry as its hearings on the role of banks’ external auditors continues. Photograph: Screengrab of Oireachtas livestream

The “big four” audit firms all attended a meeting with the financial regulator to discuss concerns in relation to the liquidity of the banks, eight mo(...)

Deloitte Ireland carried out audits of Ulster Bank with “due care and diligence”, but responsibility for maintaining the stability of the banking sect(...)

Paul McNamara (left), chief executive, and John Gallagher, chairman, at the IFG Group annual general meeting in Ballsbridge, Dublin on Tuesday. The group said it is targeting “meaningful profitability” in 2015. (Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times)

Pensions and financial advice specialist IFG said on Tuesday that both revenues and profits advanced in the first three months of its financial year (...)