A businessman whose life’s work was described as about building up Gorey Business Park in Co Wexford, employing more than 400 people, has urged a judg(...)

 Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm: his bankruptcy appeal is now lost, and one argument supporting his continued detention, pending his extradition hearing, has been strengthened with a second damning rule from a US judge.

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm is in a bigger fight to stop his extradition to Ireland to face criminal charges, but he has just (...)

KBC Bank Ireland: Irish subsidiary of the Belgian financial group reported a third-quarter profit of €25 million

Reduced impairment provisions helped KBC Bank Ireland to post a profit in the third quarter of this year, keeping it on course to return to full-yea(...)

 Mr Justice Brian McGovern was told by James Osborne that he had a defence to the claim.

A bank is pursuing a businessman for €6.2 million arising from loans related to the acquisition and development of units at Gorey Business Park in Co (...)

KBC’s  Irish subsidiary is a net borrower from the parent company, being in receipt of about €4 billion, which is charged at market rates.

The eagle-eyed among you might have wondered why KBC Bank Ireland reported a profit after tax and impairment costs of €25 million for the third quarte(...)

A trader works on the trading floor of KBC bank in Brussels

KBC Bank Ireland said it remains on track to return to full-year profitability by 2016 after reporting a third quarter profit after tax and impairment(...)

Flac director general Noeline Blackwell: said there must be an independent and fair system of identifying what is a mortgage solution. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government has been accused of making “bewilderingly little progress” in introducing measures aimed at tackling the problem of mortgage arrears(...)

Consumer sentiment edged higher in October with consumers buoyed by tax breaks announced in the budget. However, the small lift suggests they remain w(...)

Corrigan House on Fenian Street: the street  is an up-and-coming area of Dublin’s central business district

Savills is quoting a rent of €376.75 a sq m (€35 a sq ft) for newly refurbished office space in Dublin 2. Corrigan House on Fenian Street, which is th(...)

Ministers Michael Noonan  and Brendan Howlin: survey asked how important companies considered Budget 2016 was to the outlook for their businesses. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish business sentiment has hit a nine-year high on the back of a “marked step-up in business activity” over the past three months. The latest KBC B(...)