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CLOs are a small but fast-growing part of the almost €5 trillion non-bank finance sector in Ireland. Photograph: iStock

The value of assets in Irish special purpose financial vehicles (SPVs) rose by 5 per cent during the first quarter to €944 billion, fuelled by Dublin’(...)

The past decade has seen a number of banks in the IFSC hand back their licences. Photograph: iStock

Italian financial services giant UniCredit is planning to close its unit in the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Dublin after more th(...)

Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, home to Irish rugby. The IRFU asked for €20 million in Covid relief funding in 2020 and received €18 million. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) was the most successful of the “big three” sports in getting Covid-related funding from the state last year, acc(...)

 Traffic crossing the Border near Derry. Brexit provisions  afford the North the unique advantage of being simultaneously in the UK and in EU’s single market when it comes to trade in goods.  Photograph: Getty Images

Brexit, the controversies around the Northern Ireland Protocol and the possibility of Scottish independence and the eventual break-up of the UK have (...)

Urantsetseg Tserendorj (48), who was originally from Mongolia but had been living in Dublin with her family for a number of years. Photograph via  Facebook.

A 15-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of a mother-of-two who died following astabbing in Dublin’s IFSC. Urantsetseg Tserendorj (48), or(...)

Recent interventions by US president Joe Biden confirm that the trend on corporate tax rates globally, which had been falling in recent years, is now very much reversing. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images

In late February, when the new US treasury secretary, Janet Yellen, strongly backed the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development corpora(...)

A view from the IFSC in Dublin. File photograph: iStock

Lawyers, accountants and bankers generated about €400 million of fees from Irish special purpose vehicles in 2020, following a sharp increase in the n(...)

Bank of Ireland’s headquarter building on Mespil Road in Dublin. The bank is set to leave the property. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bank of Ireland will quit its leased headquarters on Mespil Road in Dublin 4 later this year as it continues to reduce its central Dublin office footp(...)

The court heard that gardaí had begun a criminal investigation into claims the boy had been identified on social media platforms, which is a breach of his right to anonymity.

A 15-year-old boy charged over a knife attack on a mother-of-two who died after a stabbing in Dublin’s IFSC has been further remanded in custody pendi(...)

Gemma Dunleavy’s Twitter biog is ‘Sheriff St born bread n buttered’.

Self-made, wide-ranging artist’s storytelling is firmly rooted in what and where On a freezing day in early December 2020, Gemma Dunleavy walked(...)

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