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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(...)

Having entered the Irish market in 1996, State Street has gone on to become one of the largest international financial services employers in Ireland.

State Street has named Tadhg Young, who has been with the company for over a decade, as its next country head for Ireland, where the US financial serv(...)

Leo Casey will develop Business Growth Fund’s Irish business: “Irish SMEs need access to more patient sources of funding to support growth.”

A UK venture capital fund has hired a senior executive with IBI Corporate Finance, Leo Casey, to spearhead its aim to invest €200 million in SMEs in I(...)

 Assets plummeted at Dublin’s Bank of America Merrill Lynch from €361 billion in 2010 to just € 5 billion as of the end of 2015, as the bank continued to retrench its Irish operations.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin-based Bank of America Merrill Lynch International (BAML) continues to retrench its Irish banking arm, slashing assets and rationalising its br(...)

German banks  came to Dublin to avail of the IFSC 10 per cent corporation tax regime in the 1990s. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

DZ Bank Ireland, the Irish subsidiary of German bank DZ Bank, has become the latest former IFSC bank to hand back its banking licence and close its D(...)

Commerzbank will pay a dividend for the first time since 2007 as its recovery gains ground, it announced on Monday, the day after its chief executive,(...)

Central to Bloxham’s demise was a €5.3 million hole in its accounts. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

The Central Bank waited until Monday morning, just as the markets were opening, to send out its alert. The five-line statement – issued at 8.16am – se(...)

 Front pages of German daily newspapers show images of Pegida co-founder Lutz Bachmann posing as Adolf Hitler. Photograph: Marcus Brandt/EPA

The leader of the fast-growing German anti-Muslim movement Pegida resigned on Wednesday after a photo of him posing as Hitler - along with reports th(...)

Stocktake

Uncertainty in Syria has already hit global markets. Might a serious escalation of tensions hammer stocks?Unlikely. One famous study, What Moves Stock(...)