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The Revenue this week set out various options that Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe might pursue in his first budget on October 10th. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Pre-budget speculation ramped up this week with the publication of papers from the Tax Strategy Group. The group of senior civil servants set out vari(...)

Des O’Shea, Ulster Bank. Photograph: Shane O’Neill / SON Photographic

Ulster Bank has announced the appointment of Des O’Shea as its new chairman. Mr O’Shea follows Dr Philip Nolan, who will leave the board of directors(...)

There is currently about 4.2 million square feet (390,000 square metres) of offices space currently under construction in Dublin.

Ulster Bank, which required a £15 billion (€17 billion) bailout from its UK parent during the financial crisis, has cautioned about the “downside risk(...)

Customers will not be permitted to withdraw large sums or transact foreign currency and coin services within these “cashless” branches.

The curtailment of branch banking services, including a switch to “cash-only” days may make it harder to pick up on the financial abuse of elderly peo(...)

Construction activity has now risen in each of the past 45 months, as market conditions have steadily improved

Construction activity accelerated in May, with firms reporting sharp increases in new business and further job creation during the month, according to(...)

British newspapers display in London on Friday  Photograph: EPA

The UK election result has “accomplished the unlikely feat of piling more uncertainty on business communities,” one senior business leader in the Nort(...)

Three Irish banks were hit with multimillion euro fines in recent months after a Central Bank review.

Irish politicians and their families are to be subject to an enhanced degree of scrutiny by banks as part of a new EU directive to combat money launde(...)

There is a possibility of  quickly building up a credit card debt so consider what your needs are  before you get swayed by reward cards

A once prominent feature of the Irish consumer finance landscape, credit card reward schemes enticed new customers by promising a little bit back on p(...)

The average loan drawn down by first-time buyers under the Central Bank’s mortgage rules last year was €185,939. Photograph: iStock

First-time buyers borrowed an average of 78.8 per cent of the value of their property and 2.9 times their income in 2016, according to a Central Bank (...)

Irish construction sector growth accelerated for the third consecutive month in April, posting a reading of 61.3, up from 60.8 in March, to reach a six-month high. Photograph: Frank Miller

Momentum picked up in the Irish construction sector in April with output, new orders and employment all expanding at sharper rates compared to March, (...)

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