Former Department of Finance secretary general, John Moran, has been appointed chairman of the Hunt Museum in Limerick. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Former Department of Finance secretary general, John Moran, has been appointed chairman of the Hunt Museum in Limerick. A native of Limerick, Mr Moran(...)

Grafton Street Dublin: JLL says the findings means that Dublin is one of the fastest-changing cities in the world. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

For the first time Dublin has ranked in the Top 20 Global City Momentum Index (CMI) compiled by real estate advisers JLL.The study tracks the speed of(...)

MacDonagh Junction, Kilkenny – around €17 million for a  50 per cent stake in the core arcade as well as full ownership of a number of other shops and offices on site

Six provincial shopping centres, valued before the property crash at €400 to €450 million are to be offered for sale in one lot at over €115 million.(...)

Former secretary general of the Department of Finance John Moran said a balance sheet for the domestic banking sector effectively ‘didn’t exist’ in 2010. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

There was effectively no balance sheet available to give an overview of the Irish domestic banking sector as late as 2010, the former secretary genera(...)

At JLL’s 50th anniversary were Colin Dyer (left), president and CEO of JLL, and John Moran, MD, JLL Ireland

John Moran, managing director of commercial agents JLL, and Colin Dyer, president and chief executive officer of JLL, were at a reception last Thursda(...)

4 and 5 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2: guide price of €102.2 million for number 4 and €113.8 million for number 5.

In one of the highlights of the office investment market this year, property advisers CBRE and JLL are to offer for sale five Dublin office blocks in(...)

50th anniversary celebrations at JLL

Commercial agents Jones Lang LaSalle’s managing director John Moran and staff are preparing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the opening of their (...)

The KfW has agreed to use its AAA-rating to raise €150 million at competitive rates on financial markets and pass this global loan on to Ireland’s strategic banking corporation. Photograph: Axel Seidemann/Bloomberg

“Beware Germans bearing gifts.” That was the sarcastic remark of one reader of The Irish Times website on November 14 last when the Government announc(...)

New Central Bank rules mean all except 15 per cent of the value of new mortgages written will have to involve a deposit of at least 20 per cent. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Six years after the property market fell off the cliff, the Central Bank has finally published a set of rules to limit the amounts that people can (...)

Professor John McHale. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Government needs to stick to an adjustment of €2 billion in the budget as any “backtracking on planned adjustments could suggest a worrying weaken(...)