Former Rabobank employee Anthony Allen was convicted alongside Anthony Conti. Photograph: Reuters

A New York jury convicted two ex-Rabobank traders of rigging a key financial benchmark in the first such trial since the US government pledged in Sept(...)

Credit union sector: it continues to lobby the Government over new Central Bank regulations it deems unfair. Photograph:  Colin Keegan

Ireland’s credit union movement is examining ways it could position itself as a viable “third force” to the two pillar banks, by adopting a new struc(...)

Credit unions scored very highly on empathy. Photograph: Maxwells

Credit unions, the National Concert Hall and Dublin Zoo have emerged as the strongest Irish organisations for “customer experience”, according to a(...)

World stocks and commodity prices tumbled on Tuesday, as poor Chinese data saw fears about its economic health intensify. Photo: Reuters

World stocks and commodity prices tumbled on Tuesday, as poor Chinese data saw fears about its economic health intensify. After a relatively upbeat fe(...)

Alexis Tsipras is expected to call elections for  September 20th Photograph: Bloomberg

Greek bonds declined as a government official said prime minister Alexis Tsipras was set to propose snap elections. Italian bonds also fell. Mr Tsipra(...)

The Dublin officers of Dutch lender Rabobank. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Dutch lender Rabobank booked 41 per cent higher net profit in the first half of 2015, lifted by a rebounding Dutch economy and a steep fall in provisi(...)

The headquarters of Imtech. The Dutch engineering services company filed for protection from its creditors on Tuesday. Photograph: EPA/Daniel Bockwoldt

Royal Imtech, the Dutch engineering services company, filed for protection from its creditors yesterday, overwhelmed by accounting fraud in Germany th(...)

George’s Dock 2 in Dublin’s IFSC: the building comes with 40 car parking spaces as well as a third-generation fit-out including raised access floors, suspended ceiling and recessed lighting

Irish Life will have the option to upgrade George’s Dock 2 (GD2), a high-profile office building at the entrance to Dublin’s International Financial S(...)

Despite the relative calm, the cost of hedging against sharp swings in the euro against the dollar over the next week, which covers the period of Greece’s referendum, jumped to its highest in over five years

The euro proved broadly resilient on Monday to Greece’s moving one step closer to an exit from the single currency, helped by intervention by the Swis(...)

ACC Bank announced plans to withdraw from providing standard banking products, such as deposit accounts and current accounts and to focus solely on recovering its loans and advances in October 2013

The former ACC Bank, which now trades as ACC Loan Management, has said after-tax losses fell by 43 per cent to €166 million in 2014 as against €290 mi(...)