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Although Aviva’s €40 million-plus deal in 2009 to secure the naming rights to the Lansdowne Road stadium seemed ill-judged at the height of the insurer’s woes in Ireland, the unit has good reason now to trigger an option by the end of 2018 to extend the deal by a further five years. Photograph: James Crombie /Inpho

Aviva Ireland, under the helm of its seventh chief executive in a decade, killed off any lingering doubts about its commitment to Ireland this week by(...)

Danske Bank has not indicated how many loans were included in the mortgage portfolio sale.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Danske Bank Ireland said on Wednesday it had entered into a binding contract on the sale of a portfolio of performing residential mortgages to an enti(...)

The Central Park development at Sandyford, Co Dublin, is billed as “Ireland’s first work-life campus”. Existing tenants include Vodafone, software company Sage and Hostelworld

AIB has signed a lease on a new office building at Sandyford’s Central Park development in Dublin. The bank plans to establish a “centre of excellenc(...)

Billy Kane( right) executive chairman of Finance Ireland, and Fergal McAleavey, head of private equity at Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, at the announcement last year  the fund was making a €30m investment in the company

Finance Ireland, the country’s biggest non-bank lender, expects to provide more than €100 million in loans this year to finance commercial property tr(...)

PAC chairman Seán Fleming at the publication of the committee’s report on Nama’s  Project Eagle sale. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

At midday yesterday the Oireachtas public spending watchdog produced a hard-hitting report into the National Asset Management Agency’s sale of the Pro(...)

Frank Cushnahan is a former member of Nama’s Northern Ireland advisory committee.

Stripping away its complexities, Project Eagle boils down this: Nama sold a collection of assets that ultimately belonged to the Irish people to US co(...)

The PAC started investigating the sale of the Project Eagle loans following a report from the Comptroller and Auditor  General which said Nama could have lost about £190 million on the sale.

Nama has rejected criticisms from the Public Accounts Committee that an alternative sale process would have delivered a better outcome for taxpayers f(...)

Michael Noonan: Some reports suggest that he is criticised in the Public Accounts Committee findings for meeting Cerberus representatives. Photograph: Alan Betson

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has pledged to “rebut in the strongest possible terms” any findings against him in a report on Nama’s controversi(...)

Chinese containers await shipment at a port in Shanghai. China’s economy is expected to slow in 2017, from 6.6 per cent growth in the first quarter to 6.4 per cent in the fourth. Photograph: Reuters/Aly Song

China’s economy will likely expand 6.5 per cent this year as authorities tolerate a further slowdown so they can focus on containing increasing financ(...)

The firmness in Asia is expected to extend to Europe with stock futures in key European markets pointing to a higher start. Photograph: Toru Hanai/Reuters

European shares edged higher on Wednesday in early deals, helped by a slew of well-received company results from ASML, Novozymes and Burberry, though (...)

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