The long-awaited Banking Inquiry kicks off with Peter Nyberg this morning. The Irish Times business desk will be reporting on this throughout the day

Good morning The ESRI has waded into the debate on mortgage limits saying the Central Bank may be moving to soon. The think tank also predicts (...)

 Niall Cody will become  the next chairman of the Revenue Commissioners in February

Niall Cody will replace Josephine Feehily as the next chairman of the Revenue Commissioners. Mr Cody, a brother of the Kilkenny hurling manager Brian (...)

Josephine Feehily: told the Public Accounts Committee that all material provided by Gerry Ryan had been examined and followed up

In the absence of any new information emerging, it is difficult to see how the current controversy over alleged tax evasion by a number of former seni(...)

Opening statement by Revenue chairman, Josephine Feehily to the Public Accounts Committee hearing on December 4th, 2014Chairman and members of the Pub(...)

Josephine Feehily: Tax and how much of it you pay is now the number one corporate governance issue for well-known global brands. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The announcement by George Osborne, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, of a so-called Google tax, illustrates at one and the same time a number of (...)

Sinn Féin appears to have taken an entirely inconsistent approach in how it deals with allegations from whistleblowers. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

So far this year, a number of whistleblowers have stepped into the public domain and made substantial allegations which have forced their way onto the(...)

Brendan Halligan, chairman of the IIEA, Heinz Zourek, director general of Taxation and Customs Union at the European Commission, Josephine Feehily, chairwoman of the Revenue Commissioners, and Tom Arnold , director general of the IIEA, at the IIEA Corporate Taxation Conference. Photograph: Eric Luke

There were a number of recurring themes during the conference on the taxation of multinationals held in the Round Hall of the Mansion House in Dublin.(...)

Vincent Browne: “Oh, dear God, I couldn’t get out, I COULDN’T GET OUT!  What happened to Joan Burton is nothing compared to that stuff in there.”    Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

We were only over the shock of the Tánaiste’s ordeal in Tallaght when news landed of yet another atrocity visited upon a defenceless citizen going abo(...)

The outgoing head of the Revenue Commissioners, Josephine Feehily, said the water charge is more a utility than a tax

The outgoing head of the Revenue Commissioners has said the collection of the water charges would not have been “a good fit” for the body.“It’s an ent(...)

Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has denied that the Government’s selection of the chair designate of the new Policing Authority followed a non-transparent process. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has denied that the Government’s selection of the chair designate of the new Policing Authority did not follow(...)