Bob Dorrance,  chief executive  of TD Securities: ‘We took a view that we couldn’t afford to wait around to see how Brexit turned out’

Canadian financial services group Toronto-Dominion Bank aims to have 80 employees by the end of the year in its new European Union hub in Dublin, whic(...)

New Ireland parent Bank of Ireland decided in January to sell the pension and insurance firm’s building on Dawson Street in Dublin 2, sparking speculation that it could fetch €35 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Key players including Hibernia Reit, Hines and Marlet have run their rule over the headquarters building of pensions firm New Ireland, which went on t(...)

One Molesworth Street on the corner of Dawson Street and Molesworth Street. Photograph: Bryan Meade

The Irish subsidiary of a Canadian multinational bank, Toronto-Dominion Bank, will expand its Dublin presence having signed an agreement to let space (...)

Facebook is reportedly considering AIB’s HQ as site for office campus

Social media group Facebook is considering building more than 700,000 sq ft of offices that could house 5,000 workers at a high-profile Dublin site, t(...)

South Korea’s Mirae Asset Financial Group had planned to buy a building in Dublin’s IFSC for a new trading base.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

South Korean investment group Mirae Asset Financial Group has stalled plans to set up a global trading centre in Ireland, two months after picking Dub(...)

INM chief executive Robert Pitt (far left) sat simmering at one end of the table at the company’s AGM, while company chairman Leslie Buckley (far right) sat at the other end of the table. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

You might have expected to see a sheriff sat at the top table of Independent News & Media (INM)’s annual general meeting this week given the furi(...)

Toronto-Dominion already has an operation in Dublin, TD Global Finance, which first opened in 1998, and is located in the IFSC

Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank, Canada’s largest lender by assets, has become the latest global financial services group to choose Ireland as its post-Bre(...)

European bank shares had their worst two-day fall on record and world stocks were on track for worst two-day fall since the aftermath of the Lehman Bros collapse in late 2008. Ryanair dived by 15.2 per cent as sector followers reeled at a profit warning this morning from rival Easyjet

Irish shares were trampled on Monday as investors continued to baulk at the impact of Brexit on its closest trading partner -- and analysts downgraded(...)