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Sinead Heaney, partner at BDO, James Doody, director at IBI Corporate Finance, and Kieran Beggan and George Harold of IFS

An Irish buildings technology company is to create 100 jobs by the end of 2024 after securing investment. Integrated Facilities Solutions (IFS), whic(...)

Dublin Port: “From the day Brexit was proposed, we have always known that it was going to mean higher costs and bureaucracy,” says Aebhric McGibney, Dublin Chamber director of public and international affairs.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The collective sigh of relief among Irish exporters which greeted the news of the latest delay to UK import customs checks was almost audible. Irish (...)

Tony Morley previously worked for the bank between 1993 and 2005, before working in the private clients division of Davy for a period

Bank of Ireland has appointed internal candidate Tony Morley as its new group treasurer, reporting to chief financial officer Myles O’Grady. Mr Morle(...)

Perigord provides packaging artwork services and software solutions for the life sciences industry

Indian multinational Tech Mahindra has taken a majority stake in Irish pharma labeller Perigord in a multi-million euro deal. The listed company has(...)

Revenues at KPMG UK fell sharply as clients’ discretionary spending and deal activity dried up. Photograph: iStock

Partners at KPMG UK are to take an 11 per cent cut to their pay, as the Big Four firm’s continued investment in staff amid the Covid-19 pandemic held (...)

Empty shelves in Tesco, Banbridge, Northern Ireland.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Government officials have raised queries with the European Commission about post-Brexit “rules of origin” restrictions that are disrupting supply chai(...)

Bleeper says it currently has more than 70,000 users. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Bleeper has raised close to €600,000 from investors as it prepares to roll out electric bikes and scooters on Irish roads. The bike rental operator h(...)

Lorries leave the Stena Line terminal at Belfast Harbour on January 1st. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

The first week of post-Brexit life in Ireland has been a difficult, stressful time for traders, hauliers and State officials trying to navigate seas o(...)

In the new year, any product travelling to, from or through the UK will need to have a customs declaration. Photograph: iStock/Getty Images

We may live in uncertain times but one thing is for sure – Brexit is happening on January 1st. The UK already departed the European Union on January (...)

Holyhead: For many Irish companies this will be the first time they have exported outside of the EU.

After the Brexit vote, the debate in the UK was all about whether it would be a “soft Brexit” or a hard one. Now the “soft” option is long off the ta(...)

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