Fenergo provides anti-money laundering and data-management software to banks. Image: iStock

Fenergo, a Dublin-based financial software company, is considering a potential initial public offering (IPO) as surging stock prices tempt more Europe(...)

European Commissioner for the Economy Paolo Gentiloni. The commission warned that that economic output in the euro zone could slump by 8.7 per cent this year. Photograph: Virginia Mayo/EPA

European stocks were lower on Tuesday, although the Iesq outperformed, after Germany posted weaker than expected industrial data and the European Comm(...)

Ryanair underperformed rivals but still closed up  1.62%  on its Dublin listing at €12.84. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A strong rally this week in European stocks stalled on Thursday as investors locked in profits, although euro zone banks surged after the European Cen(...)

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Swiss Re plans to make UBS group chief executive Sergio Ermotti its chairman from next year, the world’s second-biggest reinsurer said on Tuesday, tu(...)

‘Fintech democratises the global economy, empowers businesses and gives them access to products and services normally reserved for bigger corporations,’ says Lloyd Huchinson, country manager for Ebury’s business in Britain and Ireland

London-based fintech Ebury said it planned to grow its Dublin office, doubling staff numbers as it seeks to increase its Irish business. Ebury, which (...)

It appears that the Bank of Ireland link is tenuous as it relates to a nominee company associated to a subsidiary of the group that was sold eight years ago. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Bank of Ireland has had its name linked with a complex tax-evasion scandal that has rocked corporate Germany in recent years. The Irish lender is one(...)

Facebook is among the tech giants set to report results this week.

Gains in oil heavyweights amid heightened tensions in the Middle East helped London’s main index hold steady on Monday. European shares ended flat as (...)

Former UBS investment banking chief Andrea Orcel is taking a €100 million case against Santander over breach of contract.  Photograph: Olivia Harris/Reuters

Remember the repentance of bankers after the financial crisis? It wasn’t quite the display of self-flagellation that some reformers would have liked. (...)

 INM papers. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares closed little changed as a decline in banks after disappointing earnings was countered by gains in oil stocks and a 21 per cent surge (...)

In London travel group Thomas Cook was up more than 4 per cent, as it announced a boost to long haul bookings. Photograph: Michael Probst/AP Photo

European shares closed marginally higher on Monday led by gains for Banco Santander, as investors chose to focus on the positives of a weekend win for(...)

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