NTMA said it has already issued €5.25 billion benchmark bonds so far this year

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has completed an auction of €1.25 billion of bonds in a dual auction. It auctioned both 0.9 per cent t(...)

NTMA chief executive Conor O’Kelly. The State’s debt agency is to  sell between €1 billion-€1.25 billion of bonds due to be repaid in 2028 and 2037. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The National Treasury Management Agency plans to sell up to €1.25 billion of bonds on Thursday, amid choppy international financial markets as investo(...)

The fact that valuations are high and funding availability is good has brought forward a number of sales and management buy-outs, often from business owners that have held off as a result of the recession,” says Katharine Byrne of BDO. Photograph: iStock

Funding “We currently have as favourable an environment as I’ve ever seen from a funding point of view, from banks, specialist debt funds and the pri(...)

The fund has also invested in Ireland’s fledgling solar power industry via a joint venture with German solar park operator Capital Stage, which will see €140 million invested in 20 new solar parks across the State

The value of Ireland’s sovereign wealth fund grew to €8.7 billion last year on a foot of several strategic investments and the injection of additional(...)

Conor O’Kelly, chief executive, the National Treasury Management Agency .

The head of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has played down the risk to Ireland from the ending of the European Central Bank’s quantita(...)

InsideSales.com chief executive Dave Elkington: the company is preparing to reach IPO scale. Photograph: Eric Luke

A US tech firm in which the State is a backer, is being tipped to go public after this week securing an additional $35 million in funding from Microso(...)

Indeed.com has pre-let space at 100 and 300 Capital Dock. Photograph: Reuters

Half of overall office space take up in Dublin last year was in the city’s central business district (CBD), figures from commercial property agent Cus(...)

Michael Somers, the former National Treasury Management Agency chief executive who was appointed to the board of AIB in 2010 as a non-executive director stepped down  last month

The Government will no longer appoint public interest directors to bailed-out banks, after the final two ministerial nominees on boards of Irish lende(...)

Nigel Farage: he  declared the day of the Brexit referendum result as Britain’s “independence day”

Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage produced a head-scratcher this week when he suggested he was “warming” to the idea of a second referendum on Britain’s(...)

“Ireland is probably in the best shape it has been in since about 2001, with few imbalances in the economy,” the NTMA said.

The Republic’s economy is on its strongest footing since the outset of the millennium, even though there are concerns about the impact of Brexit and U(...)

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