The foreign exchange and money-transfer business is based in Killorglin, Co Kerry. Image: iStock

Financial services company Fexco wants to let go around 150 of its Irish workers as it grapples with the impact of Covid-19 travel bans on tourism. D(...)

Datalex acting chief executive Sean Corkery at the company’s agm on Tuesday, where shareholders agreed to adjourn discussion of Datalex’s 2018 financial statements to October 3rd. Photograph: Tom Honan

Former management at troubled travel software developer Datalex misled the board, according to the group’s acting chief executive, Sean Corkery. Res(...)

 Anne Flood (left) , head of capital markets Intertrust Ireland with  Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys  and Imelda Shine, managing director intertrust Ireland, announcing the new jobs. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Financial services administration specialist, Intertrust Ireland, plans to create up to 60 new jobs in its recently expanded Dublin office. Intertrus(...)

The IFSC in Dublin:  part two of the Companies Act 2014 requires private companies to re-register as new private limited companies or designated activity companies by November 30th. Photograph: Alan Betson

Financial services companies could potentially be in breach of their licence terms from Wednesday if they have not re-registered to comply with new le(...)

In April 2012, the Central Bank suspended Marketspread’s licence for three weeks, citing concerns over audit and capital adequacy

Financial spread betting business, Shelbourne Markets, lost €911,000 in the year running up to its sale to London-based ETX Capital, the latest figur(...)