Consumer sentiment inched higher in April, breaking a run of declines since January’s 15-year high. But the index showed households were remained ca(...)

KBC’s Irish subsidiary returned to the black last year, with a profit of €75 million compared with a loss of €90.5 million in 2014.

KBC Bank Ireland has had its authorised share capital increased by €500 million by its Belgian parent company in recent weeks. Documents filed with (...)

With first-time buyers crying out for new homes, it could be argued that Cairn is perfectly positioned to cash in on this pent-up demand over the next decade

Early yesterday morning some 157.6 million new ordinary shares were admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange in connection with Irish housebui(...)

Irish accounting firm Deloitte has formally stepped down as auditors to Ulster Bank after 16 years in the role. This emerges from a companies office(...)

Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson: forced to resign as prime minister of Iceland. Photographs: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images

Public officials, world leaders, royal families, and sports stars were among those revealed this week as having squirreled vast quantities of wealth a(...)

A barometer than measures Irish people’s attitudes to saving rose to its highest level in March. The Nationwide UK (Ireland) savings index was buoyed(...)

The proceeds from the Cairn offering would be used to finance the completion of the acquisition of some or all of its pipeline sites. Photograph: PA

London-listed Irish property group Cairn Homes plans to raise €167.4 million net of expenses in a share placing and open offer that will be subject to(...)

The KBC Bank Ireland/ESRI consumer sentiment index declined to 105.8 in February from 108.6 in January, reversing a little over half the gains of the previous month that had prompted the strongest reading in 15 years. (Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire)

Consumer sentiment weakened modestly in February, on the back of a drop in outlook for household finances despite some pre-election campaigns which p(...)

Map of the €280m site at Cherrywood acquired by Hines in November 2014, some of which was acquired by Cairn earlier this month

Listed-Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has reported a pretax loss before exceptional items of €5.5 million on revenues of €3.7 million for 2015. Due t(...)

The bank reported profits after tax and impairment costs of €75 million for 2015, compared with a €91 million loss the year before

A decision on the future of KBC Bank Ireland is likely to be made public in late 2016, according to its chief executive Wim Verbraeken. Mr Verbraek(...)