Matheson is understood to have applied to Revenue to relinquish the charitable status of Eurydice, Medb and Badb,  originally registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority  to “relieve poverty and distress”.

Dublin law firm and corporate tax adviser Matheson has abandoned the use of three registered charities that helped its clients, including some so-call(...)

The Government moved to clamp down on how overseas buyers of Irish property  used ultra tax-efficient structures to minimise their tax bills. File photograph: Getty Images

The overwhelming majority of attempts by vulture funds to influence a tax clampdown by the Government did not have to be declared under official State(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly. “Investors will keep an eye on Ireland, with the possibility of further sales from Nama,” the report said. Photograph: Eric Luke

Ireland retained its position as the top European location for distressed loan sales for the fourth year in a row in 2016, driven by Nama’s ongoing wi(...)

Fumbally Square, a mixed use development in Dublin 8 has been acquired for a sum thought to be close to the asking price of €24 million

European property investor, M7 Real Estate, has bought a combined office and residential development in Dublin that Sean Mulryan’s Markland Holdings p(...)

The Strand Apartments Complex in Limerick.

Tenants in apartments whose sale was reportedly sought by a US vulture fund no longer face the loss of their homes after their landlord withdrew termi(...)

Computer-generated image of the new offices on City Quay.

Commercial Property Editor Irish Life is in advanced negotiations to forward purchase a substantial new office headquarters under construction at City(...)

As markets rallied following Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election, Wall Street changed its previously bearish tune. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

What will the US presidency of Donald Trump mean for stock markets? An honest observer would note the unpredictability of recent events and admit: I (...)

The Coast Guard station site at Greystones Harbour. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A new Coast Guard station for the east coast, to have been built as part of the €300 million Greystones Harbour redevelopment project in Co Wicklow,(...)

‘Even though the market has performed really strongly in recent years, it’s still pretty fragile.’

The message to overseas property investors at the height of the financial crisis was simple: come for the rock-bottom prices, stay for the tax breaks.(...)

The regeneration of Greystones Marina, since it was first mooted in the mid-2000s, has been a long and controversial process, not least for the people(...)

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