Helen Kelly: appointed by Barclays as head of its corporate banking unit in Europe.

UK lender Barclays has appointed Irishwoman Helen Kelly as head of its corporate banking unit in Europe. Ms Kelly has worked for Barclays for more t(...)

Jes Staley, Barclays chief executive, arrives at Downing Street for a meeting.

Barclays’s Jes Staley said the UK’s departure from the European Union will prove to be a net benefit for the City of London. While some jobs and asse(...)

The Irish unit, Barclays Bank Ireland plc, became the group’s main European Union banking entity in 2018. Photograph: iStock

Barclays plans to enter four new European private banking markets in 2021, using its Dublin base to build the business. Gerald Mathieu, who in Septe(...)

The current chief executive of Barclays Bank Ireland Kevin Wall will retire later this year after 40 years with the UK banking giant. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Barclays has picked Italian native Francesco Ceccato to head up its European hub in Dublin as current chief executive, Kevin Wall, prepares to retire (...)

Niall Dawson, Robert Hoban and Philip Farrell of Offr.

Irish property technology start-up Offr has raised €3 million in seed funding to support its growth in Ireland and expansion into Britain and Australi(...)

Barclays said in 2018  it expected Barclays Bank Ireland to ultimately hold €255bn of assets as the unit is used as a hub to maintain access to clients across the EU after Brexit.  Photograph: Getty Images

Barclays Irish unit’s assets soared almost 450 per cent last year to €69 billion as it became the British banking giant’s European Union hub in prepar(...)

The MSCI/SCSI Ireland Quarterly Property Index showed  the office-dominated Irish commercial property sector delivered a 5.3 per cent return last year. That’s down from 9.6 per cent in 2018 and rates of 36 per cent and 25 per cent seen in 2014 and 2015. Photograph: iStock

Following a stunning recovery by Irish commercial property in the past seven years, rumblings are beginning to surface. Not even three months after c(...)

By the end of June, 29 financial services companies had relocated staff or services from London to Dublin as a result of Brexit, EY said. Photograph: iStock

Travelers Insurance Company, the US multinational with total assets of about $103 billion, will transfer its European business to Dublin in a move to (...)

The EY report found the rate of relocation has fallen “significantly” in the past quarter.

Some 29 financial services (FS) companies have relocated staff or services from London to Dublin as a result of Brexit, according to a new report. Thi(...)

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