Minister of State with responsibility for financial services Michael D’Arcy: he rejected suggestions that Ireland is being overly cautious in its approach to financial regulation, thereby costing Ireland post-Brexit investment.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Minister for State with special responsibility for financial services and insurance Michael D’Arcy has countered suggestions that Ireland is taking a(...)

AIB chairman Richard Pym:  the bank’s senior management team is in Washington, DC for the annual IMF-World Bank meeting. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

AIB’s senior management team arrived in Washington, DC this week for the autumn International Monetary Fund-World Bank meetings, as chairman Richard P(...)

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Dublin is a better choice than Frankfurt or Paris for financial services companies moving operations from London because of Brexit, the lord mayor of (...)

“What’s actually happened is that people have had to stay out of the home ownership market due to difficulties in getting a mortgage, meaning pressure on the rental market has intensified.” File photograph: Getty Images

They’ve been singled out as playing havoc with the Central Bank’s efforts to put some manners on the housing market. Earlier this month, governor Phi(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy and Minister of State for Housing Damien English speaking after the summit at the Custom House. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has become the third Minister to host an emergency homelessness summit. Simon Coveney and Alan Kelly held similar (...)

Prof Philip Lane, governor of the Central Bank: “There are no one-way bets in the housing market.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Cash buyers of property are limiting the ability of the Central Bank to control house prices through mortgage lending rules, governor Philip Lane has (...)

The Central Bank’s archive contains correspondence regarding printing distinctive markings on legal tender notes for the duration of the war so that in the event of any notes being scattered through war action at the printers or in the course of transit, the public could be warned against accepting such notes.

Among the archives and artefacts made public by the Central Bank on Thursday was the seal of the famed Ouzel Galley Society, an 18th century club of b(...)

Philip Lane: he has rejected criticism that the Central Bank  has been too cautious in its approach to firms relocating to Ireland due to Brexit. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

South Korean investment group Mirae Asset Financial Group has registered a Dublin subsidiary as it advances plans to set up a global trading centre in(...)

The Central Bank.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Following its restructuring announcement earlier this year, the Central Bank has appointed a deputy governor for prudential regulation and a director (...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with (from left) Bank of China’s Dublin branch manager Tian Jun; the bank’s chairman, Tian Guoli; and China’s ambassador to Ireland, Dr Yue Xiaoyong. Photograph: Maxwell

It took a little over a fortnight for Theresa May’s Conservatives to strike a deal with Arlene Foster’s DUP, but – while sterling may have climbed to(...)