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Depfa had an average of 133 employees in Dublin last year out of a total of 146. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A German state-owned bad bank is eyeing the prospect of extracting special dividends from Dublin-based Depfa Bank as the failed lender’s annual report(...)

Marino Park is one the many green spaces this north city suburb has to offer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Marino is one of Dublin’s smaller neighbourhoods in terms of size but it packs a punch in terms of quality and livability, and compared with nearby Cl(...)

Best country house breakfast: Longueville House, Mallow, Co Cork

The champions of breakfast across Ireland have just been announced with two castles on the Wild Atlantic Way taking gold in the top tier categories, a(...)

Bill Browder, head of investment fund Hermitage Capital Management, has spearheaded a campaign against Russian officials.

Bill Browder, a leading international critic of the Putin regime, has urged Ireland to clamp down on corrupt Russian officials, who have invested abro(...)

The two tenants at 4 Exchange place, Dexia and Qatar Airways,  are paying well below the top rents in the IFSC

With Dublin’s IFSC in constant demand by investors, agent Cushman & Wakefield expects strong interest in a particularly well-located office invest(...)

Dublin office leases are now up to seven years longer on average than in London.

Lease lengths on Irish commercial property continue to grow, according to Goodbody real estate analyst Colm Lauder. This should provide greater comf(...)

 Dunboyne’s Main Street. The largest development in the area is Dunboyne Castle, located along the Maynooth Road, with a total of 552 homes. Photograph: Alan Betson

Just inside the Meath border, Dunboyne is a popular village that has grown consistently over the last 15 years. It is right on the fringes of Dublin, (...)

Technology is playing an ever increasing role in asset management. Photograph: Getty Images
Funding the future

Ireland is home to 5 per cent of worldwide investment funds assets, making it the third largest global centre and the second largest in Europe, after (...)

Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre, which was established in 1987. Photograph: Getty Images
Thirty years a-growing

Since the establishment of the International Financial Services Centre in Dublin in 1987, Ireland has attracted more than 880 fund managers from more (...)

Once the trendy cafes with blackboards move in, it’s probably too late to make a canny property investment. Photo: Getty

Every house buyer knows the drill: when it comes to choosing a location to buy, and to stand any chance of spending one’s money well, it helps to see (...)

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