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Citigroup plans to reposition some roles at its Southern European private-banking team to Madrid from London as Brexit looms, sources said. The choi(...)

Traders work on the floor of the NYSE  Friday. Photograph: Epa/Justin Lane

European stocks failed to stage a recovery on Friday, posting their worst week since a market correction last February as a new sell-off hit bourses a(...)

Major indices bounced off their lows in Europe and across Asia and futures trading pointed to gains on Wall Street.

The torrid sell-off that has swept through global stock markets eased on Friday after a bruising string of losses for investors triggered by worries o(...)

The Dublin office market is one of the few areas that stands to benefit due to Brexit relocation activity from London, according to the Knight Frank report. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Dublin has attracted 25 per cent of all Brexit-related company moves so far, pitching it ahead of close competitors Paris, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. H(...)

Stock markets across Asia Pacific tumbled on Thursday as a global sell-off in equities and bonds rippled around the globe spurred by worries over the impact of rising interest rates

Stock markets across Asia Pacific tumbled on Thursday as a global sell-off in equities and bonds rippled around the globe spurred by worries over the (...)

The transaction brings the NTMA’s long-term fundraising so far this year to €16.5 billion. Photograph: iStock

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) received about €11.3 billion of orders from investors seeking to buy the Republic’s set of green bonds.(...)

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(...)

Workers install scaffolding around a gas turbine at a General Electric factory in Greenville, South Carolina.

General Electric has paid more than $6 billion (€5.1 billion) in fees to Wall Street banks since the turn of the century, even as its market value has(...)

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Investors looking at the UK need to get to grips with two high-impact scenarios: a cliff-edge EU exit and the advent of a Labour government, Citigroup(...)

Labour costs as low as the UK and the sophistication of French regulators have been cited as reasons for big financial groups expanding their Paris operations

Paris is emerging as the favoured financial trading hub for continental Europe, as some of the world’s biggest banks and asset managers prepare for li(...)

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