Depfa Bank

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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 (...)

 Anglo-Irish bank Headquarters on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Seamus Murphy was something of a maverick in Dublin’s small stockbroking community in late 2006 when he suddenly turned negative on Irish banks. That(...)

Michael Fingleton arriving at the Irish Nationwide inquiry at Blackhall Place. The former chief executive told the inquiry that September was his “holiday month”. File photograph: Alan Betson

German banking group Hypo Real Estate was one of the first to contact Michael Fingleton when the long-time Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) ch(...)

Depfa Bank in Dublin. Figures contained in Depfa’s annual report suggest the bank was sitting on as much as €812 million of excess equity capital. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The German state’s bad bank tasked more than three years ago with winding down Dublin-based Depfa Bank has confirmed that a sale of the former public-(...)

Hibernia Reit’s chief executive  Kevin Nowlan pictured at 1 Windmill Lane, Dublin 2. Photograph: Tom Honan.

Hibernia Reit confirmed it has let two floors of office space in its 1 Windmill Lane building in Dublin for an initial rent of €2.8 million a year. H(...)

CGI of Irish Life Centre, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1

Irish Life has found tenants for a newly developed office block at the Irish Life Centre on Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1. Depfa Bank, formerly based(...)

While Hypo Real Estate agreed to sell Depfa as part of a restructuring plan under its own bailout during the financial crisis, the German government scrapped the sale in 2014, and transferred the business to a state-owned bad bank FMS Wertmanagement (FMS-WM). Photograph: Getty Images

German authorities are considering a second attempt at selling Depfa Bank, the Dublin-based lender which nearly collapsed in September 2008, according(...)

 HRE bought Depfa in 2007, but had to be rescued by the German government a year later

Depfa Bank, the Dublin-based lender rescued by German authorities during the financial crisis, swung into a €48 million profit last year as the compan(...)

The International Financial Services Centre in Dublin. It is understood FMS-WM employees are set to move into Depfa’s building in the IFSC

German state-owned bad bank FMS Wertmanagement is shifting the administration of tens of billions of assets from London to Dublin as it closes its UK (...)

Depfa, which has 128 permanent employees in Dublin, saw assets rise to €39.1 billion during the first half of this year.

Depfa Bank, the Dublin-based lender rescued by German authorities during the financial crisis, saw its assets increase by 6 per cent in the first hal(...)

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