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Proposed banker accountability rules will be ‘instrumental’ in driving cultural change, according to the Central Bank’s head of policy and risk. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government’s plans to introduce laws to make top financial executives individually accountable for failings under their watch will be key to chang(...)

Lead in  pipes can leach  in to the water. Some pipes, especially in Dublin, date back to Victorian times. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA

Lead is one of the most toxic heavy metals when it comes to human health, especially where quantities in water supplies are consumed over a long perio(...)

No 77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay: 3,196sq m (34,400sq ft) of office space and 20 basement car-parking spaces.

Hibernia Reit has sold a south docklands office block for €6.9 million more than it paid for it 14 months ago. The sale, in which Bannon acted for th(...)

Boris Johnson said he would support Theresa May’s deal after she laid out a timeline for her departure. Photograph: Getty Images

UK prime minister Theresa May gave her Brexit deal one last throw of the dice this week as she offered her head on a plate in exchange for its backing(...)

Mark Griffin, secretary general of the Department of Communications, said officials now believe they have a final cost for the National Broadband Plan. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

State subsidies for plans to offer high-speed broadband to hundreds of thousands of rural homes will be capped to prevent a repetition of the National(...)

Cropped closeup photo of clever smart professional polite secretary in grey formal suit is calling to her boss, she is sitting at the table in office

Banks in Ireland have started to listen to calls from regulators to improve diversity at senior levels, according to research from the Central Bank. (...)

Thousands of safety deposit boxes have gone unopened for up to 200 years, the Oireachtas committee heard. Photograph: iStock

The prospect of a lost Caravaggio, Rubens or treasure trove of gold bullion being unearthed in safety deposit boxes which have sat undisturbed in bank(...)

Analysts believe that the banks’ costs base still remains too high, with further job cuts likely over the coming years as lenders increase their spending on technology.

Next month marks the 10th anniversary of when Irish taxpayers started to inject money into the State’s domestic banks, a bill that ultimately balloon(...)

Longboat Quay was completed in 2006, and comprises 299 residential units in two blocks along with retail and office space

A portfolio of 17 apartments at the Longboat Quay development in Dublin’s south docklands is new to the market this week through Savills at €8.75 mill(...)

Burlington Real Estate managing director John Bruder said investment in retail was an attractive opportunity in the right locations. Photograph: Alan Betson

The value of assets owned by the Appian Burlington Property Fund, whose management includes former key figures from Treasury Holdings and the National(...)

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