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Cafico is part of a network of invisible middlemen that helped Russian companies borrow at least $145 billion (€137 billion) over the past decade, including after Russian forces invaded Crimea in 2014. Photograph: iStock

On a Dublin side street, behind a Georgian house where the Irish Red Cross is raising funds to support Ukraine, a once-thriving hub of Russian finance(...)

Green Bonds  are a natural result of the vast amounts of capital required to facilitate the transition to a more sustainable economy

For all the talk of green bonds they are only a small part of the story when it comes to the way in which financial instruments can tackle climate cha(...)

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The Government’s planned rules to make it easier for regulators to hold senior managers in banks and other financial firms accountable for failings un(...)

The warning came from the Residential Tenancies Board as landlords can end tenancies if they plan to carry out a ‘substantial refurbishment’ of their property. Photograph: iStock

The Government’s new retrofitting scheme could become a “problem” as landlords may use it as a reason to end tenancies, the Residential Tenancies Boar(...)

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Stephen Keogh, head of William Fry’s corporate department Stephen Keogh, head of William Fry’s corporate department The single most i(...)

  Donald Trump with his children Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump jnr. A US judge has ordered the three  to comply with subpoenas issued by New York attorney general Letitia James. File photograph: Timothy A Clary/AFP via Getty Images

A New York judge ruled on Thursday that former US president Donald Trump and two of his adult children must answer questions under oath in the state a(...)

Former US president Donald Trump: widely expected to again seek the nomination in the next presidential election. Photograph:  Meridith Kohut/The New York Times

The Trump Organization’s accounting firm said a decade of financial statements for Donald Trump can’t be relied upon and that it won’t do any new wor(...)

With the Revenue warehousing scheme set to end this month, the remaining government supports due to be phased out by April 2022 and the banks having to address non-performing loans sooner or later, a fairly sharp uptick in insolvencies can be anticipated in the latter part of next year.

One of the initially surprising aspects of the Covid-19 lockdowns and other restrictions has been the quite low number of insolvencies reported since (...)

Mazars Ireland managing partner Mark Kennedy: ‘We are seeing very high levels of participation by the financial services sector in the climate agenda.’

The commitment of the global financial services sector to playing its part in tackling climate change was highlighted during Cop26 with the emergence (...)

The new rate will only apply to companies  with revenues in excess of $750 million. That will exclude the vast majority of indigenous companies and a large number of US tech companies in Ireland

It was almost an article of faith that if Ireland was ever forced to increase its much cherished 12.5 per cent corporation tax rate the roof would cav(...)

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