State Street has a significant presence in Ireland, employing more than 2,000 people from offices in Dublin, Drogheda, Kilkenny and Naas.

US prosecutors announced charges on Tuesday against two former State Street Corp executives for scheming to defraud six clients, including the Nationa(...)

Life’s a beach: the problem facing countries all around the world is how will they continue to pay for pension benefits at a time when the population is living longer than ever before

It is a time bomb that has yet to detonate, but all the evidence seems to suggest that it’s a case of when, not if, it will go off. The problem facin(...)

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Specialist Irish technology investor Atlantic Bridge has launched a €140 million fund aimed at tech companies with potential global market scalabilit(...)

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund’s deals in 2015 included a €100m fund for residential property development.

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF)invested €613 million in Irish projects in the 11 months to November 2015, the fund said on Tuesday, with(...)

Independent TD Peter Mathews: feeling the pain of the Dáil sole trader. Photograph: David Sleator

In an unprecedented development yesterday, Peter Mathews was not thrown out of the Dáil. Shocked TDs watched in disbelief as the deputy for Dublin So(...)

The Irish sovereign wealth fund will continue to place money with asset managers as long as they offer Irish-focused funds and investment opportunities

Ireland’s sovereign wealth fund will pull several billion euro from global asset managers over the next five years as the Government tries to use the (...)

Revenues at the National Convention Centre for all of 2014 were €19.26 million, below the €19.6 million that the business generated over 10 months in 2013. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Revenues at the National Convention Centre are up almost 30 per cent this year, according to its chief executive, Nick Waight. Accounts just released(...)

By the end of last year IBRC had been the biggest financial drain on the State with a net cost of €36.1bn. It was followed by AIB at €8.8bn andPTSB at €200m

The annual interest bill attaching to the State’s bailout of the banking sector could run to €1.7 billion a year, the Comptroller and Auditor General (...)

The Central Bank, the National Treasury Management Agency, the Department of Finance and the National Pension Reserve Fund  requested the assistance of expert financial advisers between  2008 and  2014.

The State spent €152 million on consultants to advise them on the banking sector following the collapse of the sector in 2008, a report by the Comptro(...)

In a dramatic turn on Wednesday,   the Banking Inquiry  adjourned to take legal advice after Charlie  McCreevy sidestepped Pearse  Doherty’s question on five occasions about whether Ireland had experienced a property bubble. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Former finance minister Charlie McCreevy was threatened with criminal sanction by the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry on Wednesday after failing to answer (...)