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Permanent TSB: has the highest portion of non-performing loans among bailed-out Irish banks, at 26 per cent of its loan book. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB has hired Citigroup to help shift €900 million of split mortgages off its balance sheet through a refinancing in international bond mark(...)

Ryanair announced its €750 million share buyback scheme earlier this year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ryanair and Paddy Power Betfair have stepped up the pace of their respective share buyback schemes. Ryanair bought back 221,500 ordinary shares on T(...)

The organisers claim MoneyConf is he fastest growing event of its kind in Europe

Web Summit is back. Well, sort of. The actual Web Summit might not be returning to Dublin anytime soon (if ever). Yet its sister event, the fintech-fo(...)

Australia is preparing criminal cartel charges against ANZ, the country’s third-biggest bank and underwriters Deutsche Bank and Citigroup over a $2.3 billion share issue

Australia is preparing criminal cartel charges against the country’s third-biggest bank and underwriters Deutsche Bank and Citigroup over a $2.3 billi(...)

Citigroup has been fined in Hong Kong. Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/Bloomberg

Citigroup was fined 57 million Hong Kong dollars (€6.16 million) by Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) for the bank’s actions around (...)

Volvo saw car sales rise 14 per cent to 147,407 units in the first quarter.

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the owner of Volvo Cars, has appointed three global investment banks to lead the Swedish carmaker’s initial public offer(...)

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 (...)

Banker and lawyer Basil Geoghegan is set to become chairman of State airports’ company, DAA. Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross on(...)

P Morgan Chase HQ in  New York. JP Morgan says stocks tend to rise more when repurchases are announced than when the transactions actually occur. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

A variety of concerns – rising interest rates and inflation, trade wars, geopolitical tensions, turbulence in the technology sector – have shaken stoc(...)

An iPhone X is seen on a large video screen in the Apple Visitor Center in California. Photograph: REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage/File Photo

Apple plans to return an extra $100 billion at least to shareholders, analysts predict, as it prepares to redistribute its repatriated overseas profit(...)

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