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Finance Ireland entered the home loans market in late 2018 after it bought Pepper Money’s €200 million home loans portfolio and mortgages platform. Photograph: iStock

Non-bank lender Finance Ireland is launching a range of long-term fixed rate mortgages for home owners in Ireland, with options up to 20 years availab(...)

Billy Kane: “Business last year, considering the state of the economy, ended up being very good.” File photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Non-bank lender Finance Ireland will look at floating on the stock market in the second half of next year at the earliest, according to chief executiv(...)

Finance Ireland’s Billy Kane: has put plan on ice to float firm on the stock market as Covid-19 hit investor appetite.   Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the largest non-bank lender in the State, refinanced a portfolio of €295 million worth of mortgages on the international bond market (...)

National Asset Management Agency chief executive Brendan McDonagh and chairman Frank Daly. The agency did not comment on news that two men, Frank Cushnahan and Ian Coulter, are to face charges. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

What was Project Eagle? Project Eagle was the name given to the National Asset Management Agency’s (Nama) Northern Ireland property loans, sold to US(...)

With global uncertainty, almost 36 per cent has been wiped off the value of Irish shares so far this year, with the Euro Stoxx 50 index having fallen by 32 per cent. Photograph: Kazuhiro Nogi

Non-bank lender Finance Ireland has pressed the pause button on its planned €100 million-plus initial public offering (IPO) as the rapid spread of cor(...)

Billy Kane, chief executive of Finance Ireland: working with Goodbody Stockbrokers on plans for an IPO.  Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Non-bank lender Finance Ireland is targeting May for its planned initial public offering (IPO), according to sources. The lender, in which the State(...)

Jacobs Inn: The refurbishment saw the introduction of CoDE’s signature capsule beds known as “Pods”, in place of traditional bunk-beds.

One of Dublin’s biggest and busiest hostels, the Jacobs Inn hostel at 21-28 Talbot Place has been sold for about €30 million to a pan-European investm(...)

Finance Ireland chief executive  Billy Kane. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the State’s largest non-bank lender, is actively working on plans for a stock market flotation this year, The Irish Times has establi(...)

The New York Stock Exchange. Last month, major US indices suffered their biggest one-day falls of the year after 10-year bond yields fell below their two-year counterparts for the first time since 2008. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images

Not so long ago, only finance insiders worried about yield curve inversions – an obscure-sounding piece of market jargon denoting when long-term yield(...)

US president Donald Trump may view trade threats as a way of getting the rate cuts he craves, but this would be a pyrrhic victory if China accepts an economic downturn in order to hurt his election prospects. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Stock markets have been very volatile since the latest escalation in the US-China trade war. Unfortunately for investors, tensions look increasingly l(...)

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