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Clerys was sold to Natrium, a vehicle of D2 Private, and KPMG acted as financial adviser to D2 Private when Natrium purchased the OCS companies that owned and operated Clerys, the court was told.

Two former directors of the company which operated Dublin’s landmark Clerys store were “actively misled” into believing the retail business would cont(...)

Mainstream’s move to set up a grey market in its stocks comes as the group has put a full stock market flotation on the back-burner until the end of the decade. Photograph: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

Mainstream Renewable Power, the green energy group founded a decade ago by businessman Eddie O’Connor, has vowed to have a long-awaited grey market up(...)

Clavis Insight chief executive Garry Moroney is the recipient of The Irish Times Business Person of the Month Award, in association with KPMG, for Dec(...)

Shaun Murphy, managing partner of KPMG. “CEOs often have to manage issues that they don’t have direct personal experience of, and they are increasingly concerned about being blindsided by technology-led disruption.” Photograph:   Mark McCall
Charting the leadership agenda

Innovation and technology-driven disruption will remain key priorities for Irish chief executives in 2018, according to KPMG managing partner Shaun Mu(...)

Ahead of results from Tesco, Marks & Spencer and John Lewis, winners have so far outnumbered the losers.

The winners and losers are now beginning to emerge in the British retail sector after one of the toughest-ever Christmas trading periods. Ahead of “S(...)

New Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley won the seat of Staffordshire Moorlands from Labour for the Conservatives in 2010. Photograph: EPA

In her choice of Karen Bradley as Northern Ireland secretary, Theresa May has replaced one of her former junior ministers at the home office with anot(...)

Traders monitor  data as the second iteration of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) comes into force, at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

The Central Bank, responsible for making sure financial firms were ready this week for Europe’s biggest market rules shake-up in a decade, failed to m(...)

David Harrison is  chief executive of Dermot Desmond’s e-learning company, Intuition Publishing. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

David Harrison, who was Dermot Desmond’s nominee to the board of Independent News & Media (INM), has resigned from the board of the company. Mr H(...)

Niall Anderton, managing director of Topaz. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman walk into a petrol station. It’s Niall Anderton – born near Glasgow, raised in Sussex, matured in Black(...)

Banks have  acknowledged an increasing number of  customers caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal   amid increasing public and political uproar

The number of borrowers caught up in an industry-wide tracker mortgage scandal has surged by two-thirds to 33,700 in the space of 12 weeks, driven by (...)

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