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Citi’s expansion plans in the Republic in 2022 include new roles in risk, audit, finance and treasury as well as technology positions in the areas of cloud computing, software engineering and blockchain. Photograph: Nicholas Roberts/Bloomberg

US banking giant Citigroup plans to create 300 new jobs in the Republic as it continues to build out its European banking headquarters in Dublin. The(...)

Citibank is planning a major balance sheet expansion at its Dublin-based European hub. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Dublin-based Citibank Europe plans to follow up a 22 per cent expansion of its balance sheet in 2021 to over $90 billion (€82.8 billion) with a furthe(...)

The recruitment drive comes as the Irish unit’s immediate parent Pepper European Servicing this week rebranded to Pepper Advantage. Photograph: iStock

Pepper Ireland is to take on an additional 100 staff this year as assets under management surpass €20 billion for the first time. The mortgage compan(...)

A computer-generated image of the 500,000sq ft development proposed for the Citi site at No 1 North Wall Quay

With its search for a new office in the capital already underway, global banking giant Citi is seeking a buyer for its existing European headquarters (...)

Ramp co-founders Karim Atiye and Eric Glyman

Online payments company Stripe has returned to back US fintech Ramp for a third time in just under a year. The fast-growing start-up has just complet(...)

Russia’s central bank in Moscow. Photograph: The New York Times

Some creditors have received payment, in dollars, of Russian bond coupons which fell due this week, Reuters reported on Thursday, meaning that the cou(...)

Hype House: The kids are all cargo-cult capitalists extracting value from the alienated labour of their own bodies

Hey peeps, Patz here, The Irish Times young person correspondent. Today I want to rap with you about a hip new show called Hype House from the absolut(...)

A woman walks past a defaced poster for  the Frente de Todos ruling party depicting Argentinian president Alberto Fernández and  candidate for the Buenos Aires province, Victoria Tolosa Paz, in Buenos Aires  on Monday. Photograph: Juan Mabromata/AFP via Getty Images

Silvia Ramírez, a 62-year-old pensioner in Buenos Aires, has started working again because her pension has been “crushed” by inflation, but she still (...)

China’s troubled property giant Evergrande has made a key offshore interest payment a day ahead of a weekend deadline, state media said. Photograph: Noel Celis/AFP

Evergrande, the heavily indebted Chinese property developer, has repaid a missed interest payment on a dollar bond, state media reported, just days ah(...)

Everyday is one of the largest credit management, debt purchase and recovery businesses in the State

Debt recovery agency Everyday collected €15.6 million on behalf of its clients last year, almost double the amount recorded a year earlier. The incre(...)

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