Bank of America’s Ireland-based workforce is now more than 800, split between offices in Leopardstown and Hatch Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has relocated its main EU banking arm and up to 100 staff from London to Dublin four months ahead of the Brexit deadline(...)

Speaking to CNBC, Standard Life’s Keith Skeoch said, “certainly we are looking to put our MiFID company into Ireland”

Standard Life has reiterated its intention to move some of its operation to Dublin in the aftermath of Brexit. Speaking to business news television (...)

Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s hub in Leopardstown. The bank is actively looking for more office space in Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Wall Street giant Bank of America Merrill Lynch is actively looking for more office space in Dublin, capable of accommodating hundreds of additional s(...)

Ulster Bank has been fined €10.8 million by the Central Bank since 2006, more than Quinn Insurance and Irish Nationwide. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank’s latest €3.3 million fine from the Central Bank means the bank has now been fined more than any other financial institution operating in (...)

The daily amount of foreign exchange contracts and interest rate derivatives traded in Ireland has plunged in the past few years

The daily amount of foreign exchange contracts and interest-rate derivatives traded in Ireland has plunged in the past few years. The trend is unders(...)

 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(...)