ABN Amro at €3.337 billion was the second biggest European IPO.

European companies raised €57.4 billion in 2015 from initial public offerings (IPOs), up 16 per cent on €49.6 billion raised a year earlier. The late(...)

Michael Lowry: the politician has said he will appeal Mr Justice Hedigan’s ruling to the Court of Appeal. Photograph: Courts Collins

The Moriarty tribunal’s findings in relation to Michael Lowry were of “a litany of falsification and deception”, Mr Justice John Hedigan said in his j(...)

Michael Lowry: The ‘Lowry tapes’ contained ‘as good an admission of criminal wrongdoing as one would ever hope to find’, according to counsel for the DPP. Photograph: Courts/Collins

Tipperary TD Michael Lowry has been saying for some time now that the mostly tax-related criminal charges against him make no sense given that he has (...)

Michael Lowry TD  at the Moriarty Tribunal at Dublin Castle. Photograph: Eric Luke

For those who have been watching the affairs of Tipperary TD Michael Lowry over the years, the opening day of his proceedings in the High Court featur(...)

Mr O’Connor said banks were often relying on personal guarantees from borrowers which proved to have no value.

A partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers has told the Dáil’s banking inquiry that €8-10 billion a day in deposits were being withdrawn from Irish banks in(...)

A view of the Carlisle Grounds, home to Bray Wanderers. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The new owners of Bray Wanderers entered into a commitment that they would not seek to acquire the team’s grounds in the Co Wicklow town without havin(...)

Denis O’Connor: recently appointed chairman of Bray Wanderers

The recently appointed chairman of Bray Wanderers, Denis O’Connor, featured in the Moriarty tribunal in relation to a property deal involving a footba(...)

The Carlisle Grounds belong to Wicklow County Council. The club has a lease up to 2036 at a minimal annual rent, which requires that the grounds are used for soccer games. Photograph: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Early on Saturday, July 11th, Denis O’Connor, one of the new owners of Bray Wanderers, got a call from the team kit man, Stephen Maguire. There was(...)

Bray Wanderers lost its second manager this year when Trevor Croly announced at the weekend that he was leaving the club. File photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Shareholders are set to challenge accountant Denis O’Connor’s bid to buy troubled League of Ireland soccer club Bray Wanderers at a meeting later this(...)

Bray’s captain David Cassidy sat in the stand for Saturday’s game. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Bray Wanderers chairman Denis O’Connor is adamant players and staff are not owed any wages as the club plot a recovery in the wake of Trevor Croly’s s(...)