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Ireland’s Ronan Kelleher scores a try against France in last year’s Six Nations rugby championship. RTE is offering ad packages for its coverage of the 2022 tournament. Photograph: ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

The IDA flagged concerns that data centres were being “scapegoated” for a crisis in electricity supply that had led to warnings of power blackouts, ac(...)

Investec provided leverage to a hedge fund called Duet in 2010, which carried out cum-ex trades resulting in profits of €92 million, now under investigation by German prosecutors. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A law firm hired by investment bank Investec to review its governance, after it was caught up in a controversy around a fraudulent financial trading s(...)

Monese: The digital challenger has more than two million customers across over 30 countries.

Revolut-rival Monese has made its first acquisition, snapping up Irish fintech Trezeo in a move that will see it double down on the Republic as a key (...)

Mairéad Farrell TD, Sinn Féin public expenditure spokeswoman, raised the matter with Central Bank officials at an Oireachtas finance committee meeting. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The involvement of Irish entities in a massive European tax fraud scheme raised a range of “issues of concern” for the Central Bank, the regulator has(...)

In 30 interviews over the course of nearly 12-months, Martin  Shields painted a detailed picture for those investigating the scheme, taking them step-by-step through how it worked and who was involved. Photograph: iStock

At several points in the career of 43-year-old Martin Shields, the Newry-born man felt undervalued and underpaid by the financial and banking sector. (...)

The Dublin offices of two large international banks, Investec and BNP Paribas, were used by those perpetrating the scheme in cum-ex trades

At around 1pm on a Tuesday in early February 2010, two men working for a hedge fund sat down for a meeting in an upmarket office building on Harcourt (...)

The scheme, known as cum-ex, is the subject of extensive investigations by prosecutors in a number of European countries

Irish-based funds and banks were used by a group of hedge funds and traders to carry out a massive multibillion-euro financial fraud which targeted ta(...)

In New York, gains in defensive shares and Boeing helped the Dow and the S&P 500 index recover some lost ground. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European stocks rallied Wednesday from a sell-off in the previous session, with healthcare stocks boosted as AstraZeneca agreed to buy a rare-disease(...)

While European banks rose 2.2 per cent, Irish lenders counted as laggards, with AIB edging 0.5 per cent higher to €2.31, while Bank of Ireland advanced 0.4 per cent to €5.06

European stocks advanced for a third straight day on Thursday as global sentiment improved on easing concerns about cash-strapped developer China Eve(...)

Davy: fined €4.13m for breaching market rules in relation to a transaction involving the broker’s own staff.  Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

When the Central Bank revealed on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 2nd, that it had fined Davy €4.1 million in relation to a controversial 2014 bond tr(...)

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