“Getting property deals over the line is getting more challenging as financiers become nervous”

Irish law firms are feeling the squeeze from Covid-19 as their levels of unbilled and unpaid work in progress has been rising in recent years, accordi(...)

Businessman Harry Crosbie, who has placed the family haulage business into voluntary liquidation. Photograph Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Businessman Harry Crosbie has decided to close the family business after four generations in haulage, following a long-running dispute with Dublin Por(...)

Most Irish businesses (58 per cent ) still use traditional methods of finance such as bank loans.

Irish SMEs are three times more likely to use bank debt as their UK counterparts, according to a survey by financial services firm Smith & William(...)

UK prime minister Theresa May speaking to the house after losing a  second meaningful vote on her deal

There was said to be disbelief in many European capitals this week as UK prime minister Theresa May was comprehensively defeated in another key vote i(...)

Smith & Williamson has applied to the Central Bank to set up an Irish subsidiary to ensure its investment management services business can operate seamlessly post-Brexit.  Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

UK investment firm Smith & Williamson has said it is “well-advanced” in an application to set up an Irish-regulated unit to protect its financial (...)

The  20,384sq ft of space at Paramount Court on Corrig Road is producing a rent roll of €568,678 per annum

Two fully-let floors and 40 basement car-parking spaces in a modern Sandyford office block are fresh to the investment market at €7 million through Li(...)

Smith & Williamson, which offers tax advice, private-client investment management and funds administration, first entered the Irish market in 2008.

UK investment group Smith & Williamson has announced a merger with Dublin-based accountancy firm LHM Casey McGrath. The deal is expected to incr(...)

Smith & Williamson’s co-chief executive David Cobb

UK investment group Smith & Williamson has given its Irish management the task of doubling the size of the business, as the group prepares to floa(...)

 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(...)

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