“Ireland’s economic recovery has certainly been identified by the global markets and foreign investors as a source of opportunities, which has led to an increased demand for detailed information and data on Irish companies”

Irish companies grew at more than twice the rate of their European counterparts last year, according to earnings estimates collated by research group(...)

Degiro director Gijs Nagel says that commission charges in Ireland are “excessively high” in comparison to the rest of Europe.

Online pan-European securities broker Degiro is launching in Ireland, promising to “liberate” Irish retail investors from high trading charges. The D(...)

Shareholders in what was then effectively an insolvent company later benefitted from a €5m payout from the proceeds of its sale, which was overseen by IBRC, to a company controlled by Denis O’Brien

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) says it was never asked by the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) to probe a sudden spike in tradin(...)

Tánaiste Joan Burton: ‘I want to see all of the relevant information made available and published.’ Photograph: Eric Luke

It emerged in a Sunday Times report last week that trading in Siteserv shares spiked in the period before its sale. When asked about the report, Tánai(...)

Michael Noonan: Told Catherine Murphy that Davy wrote to the department to confirm that Mr Carville had only advised Siteserv

Des Carville, the Davy adviser to Siteserv who co-ordinated its 2012 sale to a company controlled by Denis O’Brien, previously helped the prominent st(...)

The high-profile landbank occupied by the Clyde Court and the Ballsbridge hotels in Dublin 4, which is estimated to be worth between €120-150m, seems destined to accommodate 490 apartments as well as a standalone hotel and a range of retail, restaurant and leisure facilities.

Trading at hotel group Dalata was “ahead of expectations” during the first quarter of the year the company said on Tuesday, as it expressed its inter(...)

PTSB chief executive Jeremy Masding described the investor interest as “exceptional” with the company making more than 100 presentations to potential investors over the past six months.

Permanent TSB has raised €525 million from capital markets through the sale of €400 million worth of shares and €125 million via a debt instrument.PTS(...)

Although still off its highs, the Iseq 20 has performed strongly in recent years, and is up by 20.1 per cent so far in 2015. (Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times)

A low cost fund offering investors the ability to access the largest names on the Irish stock market was re-launched on Monday.European ETF specialis(...)

PTSB had sought to raise the €400 million as part of overall plan to return bank to private ownership. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A High Court challenge has been brought to plans by Permanent TSB aimed at raising €400 million through a share placing to institutional investors (...)

Six companies on the ISE’s equity markets raised a total of €2.2billion in the first quarter. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/Irish Times

The strong demand for Irish shares witnessed last year continued into the first quarter of 2015 with record equity trades reported, according to new f(...)