Davy: fined €4.13m for breaching market rules in relation to a transaction involving the broker’s own staff.  Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

When the Central Bank revealed on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 2nd, that it had fined Davy €4.1 million in relation to a controversial 2014 bond tr(...)

Even the large investor that UDG originally had in the bag to support the deal can’t be counted on to the extent that was once hoped

It seemed that UDG Healthcare would be just another Irish company to exit the market with barely a whimper, when the group revealed four weeks ago tha(...)

Dermot Desmond has agreed to keep the additional €10 million credit line in place for Datalex until the end of 2022.

Datalex, the travel retail software group for airlines and one-time darling of the Irish stock market, has faced its fair share of headwinds in recent(...)

Loan notes will typically offer returns of 6-10 per cent a year and short investment terms of up to about three years. Interest is paid at stated points during the term, with the capital repaid at the end.

They may have come to the fore earlier this year following the collapse of German property vehicle Dolphin Trust, but loan notes have been around the (...)

Magners enjoyed a boom in England more than a decade ago.

Like Italy, hovering in sixth place among the bookies to win Euro 2020 in July, Irish cider and beer maker C&C Group is struggling to recapture i(...)

A computer-generated image of  Grand Canal Harbour, one of six schemes within Marlet’s Castle portfolio

The sale by developer Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group of its Castle residential platform is preparing to move into the second round of bidding follo(...)

A computer-generated image of Marlet’s Grand Canal Harbour development in Dublin 8

Developer Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group has agreed a €147 million financing facility with AIG to fund the delivery of its Grand Canal Harbour sche(...)

The future of finance is green but is change happening fast enough?
Green finance comes of age

After a number of false dawns, green finance is finally shaking off its Cinderella status. Sustainable investing assets reached a new high of $30 tril(...)

 Davy: have been grappling since early last month with the fallout from a €4.1 million Central Bank fine and reprimand.  Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

Davy has decided to shut Cantor Fitzgerald out of the sales process for the embattled stockbroker, citing concerns over giving sensitive information t(...)

This is the first syndicated bond deal through banks and securities firms that the NTMA has carried out since it withdrew authorisation for Davy to act as a primary Irish Government bond dealer.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) raised €3.5 billion on Thursday from international debt investors, meaning it has achieved more than ha(...)

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