The Liberty Insurance offices in Cavan. About 115 jobs are to go at the group’s operation there. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

  Liberty Insurance will be loss making for at least the next couple of years as it attempts to put its business in Ireland on a sustainab(...)

Philip Smith was paid €635,000 annually as chief executive of the country’s largest insurer. He told the tribunal that since leaving RSA, he had earned just €25,000 in consultancy fees. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Employment Appeals Tribunal was set up under legislation dating from 1967, initially to deal with redundancy payments. It has evolved in the decad(...)

Tadhg Gunnell, the former head of finance and compliance at liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham, was adjudicated bankrupt by the High Court earlier this year.

Tadhg Gunnell, the former head of finance and compliance at liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham, has been disqualified from managing a financial firm(...)

Central to Bloxham’s demise was a €5.3 million hole in its accounts. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

The Central Bank waited until Monday morning, just as the markets were opening, to send out its alert. The five-line statement – issued at 8.16am – se(...)

Quinn Insurance, established by former billionaire businessman Sean Quinn, was put into administration in 2010

Catalina Ireland is to acquire Quinn Insurance’s portfolio of UK and European legacy liabilities, it confirmed on Wednesday.Catalina, which is a subsi(...)

Employees of Quinn Insurance were told by a joint administrator of the company in 2010 that the Quinn family “would never ever have any involvement in this insurance company ever, ever, ever again”, an Employment Appeals Tribunal heard today.

Employees of Quinn Insurance were told by a joint administrator of the company in 2010 that the Quinn family “would never ever have any involvement in(...)

Gay Byrne: the former Late Late Show host invested in several properties in the Dublin docklands and as well as a hotel in Budapest.Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) has launched a multimillion- euro legal action against the broadcaster Gay Byrne and members of his family, r(...)

The 54MW wind
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farm in Slieve Rushen, Co Fermanagh, was originally developed by business tycoon Se
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n Quinn in 1994. Photograph: Reuters

Platina Partners, a London- based renewable energy investor, has acquired a giant wind farm for £100 million (€127 million) from the S tate-app(...)

Taxpayers may end up footing the bill for third-party claims related to the collapse of Setanta Insurance.The Maltese-registered insurer went into liq(...)

Former billionaire Sean Quinn. Photograph: Collins

A hearing to decide if members of bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn’s family have adequately explained 67 transactions involving movement of substantia(...)