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Moneycorp said it would increase employee numbers at its Irish operation from 15 to 25 within the next 12 months

Foreign exchange and payments group Moneycorp has received important regulatory clearance from the Central Bank as the London-based group seeks to pro(...)

Gerry Gallen: “Retailers here may find themselves under pressure from their competitors in Northern Ireland, with shoppers happy to drive north to take advantage of the weaker pound.”

Even before the people of the United Kingdom took the momentous decision to exit the European Union, the recent history of the sterling exchange rate (...)

With Brexit on the horizon, Donald Trump in the White House and a spate of European elections on the cards, the only certainty about exchange rates right now is likely to be uncertainty

The current low interest rate environment is encouraging Irish investors to look further afield in the hopes of better returns. A key point to bear in(...)

Tiarnan O’Mahoney: former head of sales at Moneycorp Ireland.

Tiarnan O’Mahoney, a former executive in Anglo Irish Bank, has resigned from his position with Moneycorp Ireland, a foreign exchange and money service(...)

Tiarnan O’Mahoney leaves Dublin District Court. Photograph: Collins Courts

Former Anglo Irish Bank executive Tiarnan O’Mahoney has appeared at the Dublin District Court on four charges related to alleged tax offences. Mr O’Ma(...)