The 2017 Royal Hibernian Academy exhibition. Photograph: Aidan Oliver

Ireland’s art market is booming, if figures from the annual Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) exhibition are any indication. After a dip in 2016, sales r(...)

The sale of a 25 per cent stake in AIB to stock market investors is expected to raise about €3 billion for the Government. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Government has added more firms to the list of intermediaries through which the public can buy shares in the upcoming flotation of State-owned AIB(...)

 Prof Philip Lane, Governor of the Central Bank, says Irish banks have paid out more than €120 million in the past two years in redress and compensation to mortgage customers who were denied a tracker rate.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, the economy’s recovery since the financial crash was hailed this week in a glowing review from the Central Bank.(...)

UK investment firms are looking at setting up fully-fledged subsidiaries in Ireland that would be regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland under the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive

UK-owned investment firms including Quilter Cheviot, Investec and Smith & Williamson are considering changes to their structures in Ireland as the(...)

Visitors  at the 186th RHA annual exhibition, includes painting, sculpture, photography, print, drawing and architectural models. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Sales at this year’s RHA annual exhibition were down on 2015 although the event attracted record visitor numbers. The €372,555 in total sales this y(...)

‘It is clear that low interest rates mean that most financial advisers feel that the only prudent course of action is to invest in the riskier – but potentially more lucrative – areas of property and equities,’ the Quilter Cheviot 100 Sentiment Survey  states. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Property is back as the favoured asset class of Ireland’s financial advisers, who remain bullish about the economy and their businesses.More than half(...)

Quilter Cheviot was established two years ago when the specialist private client management business Quilter merged with Cheviot Asset Management, a company formed when Mr Weber and seven senior colleagues defected from Davy in 2003.

Investment management firm Quilter Cheviot, which employs about 40 people in Ireland, is to be acquired by financial services group Old Mutual for £58(...)

Graph points to upturn in art sales at RHA.

Ireland’s art investment market has turned a corner after a five-year slump, according to new figures from one of Dublin’s leading galleries.Results (...)