Connaught House on Burlington Road in Dublin  where the offices of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) formerly Anglo Irish Bank are located. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

An ongoing investigation into the IBRC - formerly Anglo Irish Bank - and the Siteserv deal continues to be hamstrung by strict issues of legal confide(...)

James Reilly, Minister for Children and Leo Varadkar Minister for Health at Crumlin Childrens Hospital to celebrate the decision by an Bord Pleanala to grant permission for the new childrens hospital on a campus shared with St. James’s Hospital. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland reacted quickly enough when the financial crisis hit. You could argue all day about the decisions that were taken. But the point is that the l(...)

The Central Bank has paid almost €1.8 billion to the exchequer, after increasing profits to €2.24 billion last year, according to its annual report, u(...)

David Drumm returned to Ireland in March and faces two trials next year in relation to alleged offences committed while he was chief executive with Anglo. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has claimed that his bankruptcy lawyer in the US might have “underestimated” the political motivat(...)

A property investor fears an attempt by receivers to take possession of three houses in south Dubin owned by himself and his wife will lead on to moves to repossess their family home, the Commercial Court heard.

A property investor fears an attempt by receivers to take possession of three houses in south Dubin owned by himself and his wife will lead on to move(...)

The liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corp now have about €2.1bn of cash available for distribution to creditors.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Creditors to the failed lender Anglo Irish Bank are set to receive their first payment within months after its liquidators built up about €2.1 billio(...)

Childers Road is by far the most successful retail park in Limerick

Limerick housewife Dolores McNamara, who became one of Ireland’s richest people when she scooped €115 million in the biggest lotto jackpot in Europea(...)

The offices of Mossack Fonseca:  More than 11 million documents from the files of the Panama-headquartered law firm  were leaked this week. Photograph: Reuters/Carlos Jasso

The Panama Papers dominated global media this week, toppling the Icelandic prime minister and embarrassing the UK’s, infuriating President Putin and (...)

“Mr Purcell himself and other directors put their own hands in their pockets and produced a ball of money to pay the Central Bank to settle that action”

Former directors of Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) who were sued for €6 billion for alleged mismanagement during the Celtic Tiger era took “(...)

Mossack Fonseca is the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers leak, which lifted the lid on how offshore companies are used by the global elite to conceal the ownership and control of assets and property worth billions. Photograph: Carlos Jasso/Reuters

1. Twelve national leaders are among 143 politicians, their families and close associates from around the world known to have been using offshore tax(...)