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Citigroup’s main office building in Belfast, which it has now acquired.

Wall Street banking giant Citigroup has acquired its main office in Belfast, a city where it employs more than 2,600 people. The deal comes a week a(...)

Johnny Ronan, now often to be found in the Ivy restaurant in Dublin, thinks he is back after his Celtic Tiger misadventures. Photograph: Tom McEnaney/McEnaney Media

It was early summer in 2014, and Johnny Ronan, then still a ward of Nama, was trying to kickstart the deal that he hoped would restore him to commerci(...)

Elke Koenig, chairwoman of the Single Resolution Board. Photograph: Fredrik Von Erichsen/AFP/Getty Images

Ireland, home of Europe’s worst banking crisis, has emerged as one of the most proactive countries in seeking to make sure that banks can be resolved (...)

UK prime minister Theresa May with DUP leader Arlene Foster, on whom her government depends for survival. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Pool/Reuters

“It may go down as one of the greatest and most unnecessary self-inflicted wounds of modern history,” former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton tol(...)

Citibank Europe became US banking giant Citigroup’s main banking entity in the European Union in early 2016, after the activities of its Citibank International unit in the UK were folded into the Dublin-based business.

The Central Bank of Ireland has fined Dublin-based Citibank Europe €1.33 million for breaches of lending codes that included three senior managers rec(...)

Two  home-builders have floated on the Irish Stock Exchange since the middle of 2015, Cairn Homes and Glenveagh Properties

Former senior AIB finance executive Myles O’Grady has been hired to beef up the management team of a house-builder being lined up for a €300 million-p(...)

Mary O’Dea joined the Central Bank three decades ago and stepped in as acting chief executive for a year following the 2009 retirement of Patrick Neary

The new owners of the Irish Stock Exchange have appointed a former senior central banker, Mary O’Dea, as a non-executive director as its new European (...)

Ruth Wandhöfer: “Highly regarded across the banking industry”

Citibank’s Ruth Wandhöfer is to become a nonexecutive director of Permanent TSB. Ms Wandhöfer, who will shortly step down from Citibank, where she w(...)

Cecilia Ronan: “I told them that I may not necessarily be here until 8 o’clock at night, because I wanted to go home, do the feed and the bath, but I said that what I would do would be of really high quality.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Heading towards the lift to her office in the Scott Tallon Walker-designed Citigroup building that fronts on to the Liffey in Dublin, a painting that’(...)

Citibank’s building  on North Wall Quay in Dublin’s Docklands: firm started off in the Republic in 1965 and currently has 2,500 employees.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Citigroup’s main European banking unit, based in Dublin, saw its net profit fall by 30 per cent to $600 million (€505.2 million) last year, partly as (...)

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