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Patrick Kearney’s Kilmona Holdings previously sued Davy in 2015 in relation to the deal, settling his case. Photograph: RollingNews.ie

Belfast property developer Patrick Kearney has launched a lawsuit against Davy and the group of 16 former employees who were on the other side of a 20(...)

The deal is believed to mark Balbec’s initial foray into  Irish non-performing loans. Photograph: iStock

Balbec Capital, an Arizona-based distressed debt investment firm, has emerged as the winning bidder for a portfolio of deep-in-arrears Irish mortgages(...)

Of the 13 Irish companies on the Iseq 20 that use Davy as a corporate broker, 11 have so far declined to comment on the actions of the firm. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

Senior executives in AIB and Goodbody Stockbrokers were bracing themselves for political and public pushback as they prepared to confirm at 2pm on Tue(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland has fined stockbroker Davy €4.13m for breaching market rules in relation to a transaction involving the broker’s own staff. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

When the Central Bank of Ireland told the partners of Bloxham heading into the final weekend of May in 2012 that the game was up for the country’s the(...)

Davy is a primary dealer of Irish Government bonds. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

“It’s not just business. It’s personal.” So goes the corporate slogan on the home page of stockbroking firm Davy’s website, advertising that its “purp(...)

A group of 16 Davy staff sought to make a profit without telling the client for whom it was acting or the firm’s compliance team. File photograph:  Aidan Crawley

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has called on leading financial firm Davy to issue a public statement after it was hit yesterday with a €4.1 mill(...)

Fine relates to a bond deal in which a group of 16 staff sought to make a profit without telling the client or the stockbroker’s own compliance officers. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has called on Davy to issue a public statement after the brokerage was hit by a €4.1 million Central Bank fin(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland said on Thursday it is working with lenders ‘to develop practical measures to ensure that the credit records of borrowers who avail of a payment break amid the economic crisis caused by Covid-19 will not be affected’. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The State’s main credit-servicing companies, which manage tens of thousands of loans for so-called vulture funds, plan to follow mainstream banks in o(...)

Carval paid €348 million in 2014 for a share of Project Parasol, a group of about 2,000 small business loans and buy-to-let mortgages, from Lloyds which acquired the debts when it took over Bank of Scotland

Part of US fund Carval earned almost €4.7 million profit in 2016 from Irish property loans it bought from UK bank Lloyds, the latest figures show. Ca(...)

AIB has scaled back its use of the hawkish “summary judgment” debt recovery tactic, but remains, by far, the Irish lender most likely to sue its customers in the High Court, according to an analysis of official records by The Irish Times. Photograph: Paul McErlane / Reuters

AIB has scaled back its use of the hawkish “summary judgment” debt recovery tactic, but remains, by far, the Irish lender most likely to sue its custo(...)

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