The Wilbur Ross led NBNK limped on in search of European targets after failing to buy collapsed British lender Northern Rock and losing out on TSB on its approach to buy the Lloyds Banking Group Plc’s network of more than 600 branches. (Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times)

NBNK Investments, the investment company backed by US billionaire Wilbur Ross and once led by former Lloyd’s of London chairman Peter Levene, wi(...)

Quadrant previously part-funded the purchase of the Clerys building last year by Irish investment group D2 Private. Photograph:  Frank Miller

US investment firm Quadrant Real Estate Advisors is understood to have provided €30 million of finance for Dublin deals so far this year as banks rem(...)

AIB  will publish its full-year figures for 2015 on Thursday morning. They are expected to be knock-out results.  Photograph: Frank Miller

Given that we won’t know the precise composition of the new government until some time after Easter, we can say with some certainty that there won’t n(...)

Computer-generated image of the proposed offices at the AIB Bankcentre. The promoters say the scheme will have a development value of about €350 million.

Irish property developer Johnny Ronan is to seek planning approval for the largest Dublin office development since the property crash. The proposed s(...)

People using the ATM outside a National Bank branch in Athens on Saturday. Greek’s battered banks need up to €14 billion in fresh capital in order to survive. Photograph: Reuters/Michalis Karagiannis

Greece’s four main banks have until Friday to outline how they will raise €14.4 billion in fresh capital to meet European Central Bank stress tests. T(...)

Since the crash, banks have been hesitant to lend to builders even as borrowing costs for banks plunge. (Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times)

Alan Merriman used to chase Irish real-estate developers around Dublin, competing with other bankers to lend them money before the market’s crash dev(...)

Property developer Johnny Ronan: acquired four vacant office blocks and surrounding land in Ballsbridge, Dublin, for €67.5 million. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish property developer Johnny Ronan is understood to be planning a €200 million redevelopment of a site in Ballsbridge adjoining AIB’s head offic(...)

John Hourican is returning to Ireland after being with Bank of Cyprus since November 2013

Outgoing Bank of Cyprus chief executive John Hourican, who is set to return home to Dublin shortly having resigned from the position, has been named ‘(...)

 Wilbur Ross: The New York investor  sold a 5.5 % stake in Bank of Ireland for €477 million in June 2014, three years after buying into the lender. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Billionaire US investor Wilbur Ross, who almost tripled his money on his bottom- of- the- cycle investment in Bank of Ireland, has ruled out buying i(...)

Michael Hasenstab, the Franklin Templeton bond manager who wagered billions of dollars on Irish sovereign debt in 2011, is selling most of his investment in the nation’s bonds, which have returned 142 per cent from their lowest point.

The world’s biggest investors came hunting for bargains in Ireland after its economy collapsed. With fortunes made, some are cashing in their chips. (...)