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The volatile multinational sector was at play, expanding by 3.7 per cent in the second quarter. Photograph: Byran O’Brien

Ireland is set for an “exceptional rise” in economic activity this year on the back of its multinational sector, prompting Davy to revise up its proje(...)

Kingspan chief executive Gene Murtagh

Analysts remain “excited” about building materials manufacturer Kingspan’s potential and its ability to execute on it, Davy has said in a note to inve(...)

The Irish Financial Services Centre in Dublin

Ireland’s gross domestic product (GDP) is forecast to grow by 10 per cent this year, according to Davy, which has more than doubled its projection. “(...)

Davy put itself up for sale in March in an effort to rebuild trust in the business and address concerns about former executives involved in a controversial bond deal in 2014 remaining as major shareholders. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie

Davy’s fund management and servicing unit will be sold separately to Bank of Ireland’s planned purchase of the firm’s capital markets and wealth manag(...)

Shareholders at troubled stockbroker Davy are reported to be divided over the sale of the business. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie

Shareholders at troubled stockbroker Davy are reported to be divided over the sale of the business. The Sunday Business Post says shareholders still(...)

Bank of Ireland CEO Francesca McDonagh. Some industry observers say the bank’s move to assess the possibility of becoming a primary dealer may be part of the group’s plan to acquire Davy.

AIB and Bank of Ireland are looking into the prospect of becoming primary dealers in Government bonds, as Davy’s exit from this business in the wake o(...)

John Corrigan has been chairman of the IAIM since December 2016, the year after he became Davy chairman. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

John Corrigan, chairman of Davy, is stepping down as chairman of the Irish Association of Investment Managers (IAIM) in a move the body says is n(...)

Davy House on Dawson Street: To be an Ailmount director you once had to also be a Davy employee. Photograph: Gareth Chaney

In most employment contracts for individuals lucky to have shares in a business, those that depart are automatically “good leavers” unless decided oth(...)

The offices of Davy stockbrokers in Dublin. Davy was for many years the central player in stocks and shares and in corporate finance. Its competitors did not like it – and it did not care. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

“It will be like Game of Thrones in there,” one long-time observer of the financial scene in Dublin put it last week as the fallout developed from the(...)

Davy stockbrokers in Dublin. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

Davy was always a house of high finance, where professional investors made fortunes when markets were riding high. But in the broker’s entanglement wi(...)

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