Insurance Ireland’s building in the IFSC, which the European Commission raided on Tuesday. Photograph: Collins

Few tears will have been shed among the public at news that Insurance Ireland and some motor insurance providers here were raided yesterday by the Eur(...)

Some 224 employees availing of Sarp earned between €75,000 and €150,000 while 92 employees benefitting from the scheme earned in excess of €375,000. Photograph: Getty Images

The tax cost of the special assignee relief programme (Sarp) jumped by more than 61 per cent to €9.5 million in the 2015 tax year compared to the prev(...)

AIB’s share sale would be the largest in Europe so far this year – a so-called jumbo IPO

The outcome of the UK general election, which has resulted in a hung parliament, left the Department of Finance with plenty to ponder in relation to i(...)

Pricing the AIB IPO is likely to be one of the first major decisions to be made by the new minister for finance.

The Government could delay the pricing of the AIB share sale by a couple of days to assess the impact of the UK general election result on investor ap(...)

AIB flotation: Michael Noonan said the snap UK election would not derail plans to sell a 25 per cent stake. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

On Monday Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said the snap general election in the UK would not derail plans to sell a 25 per cent stake in Allied Ir(...)

Brian Hayes: “Putting money aside now makes sense.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish MEP Brian Hayes has called on the Government to set aside some of the proceeds from any sale of shares in AIB to help fund the “pensions time bo(...)

Michael Noonan has said he will only sell shares in the bank if he can secure a good price for taxpayers, who are still owed more than €17bn in bailout capital. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

AIB’s sale on Thursday of its Project Cypress portfolio of distressed property loans was timely on a couple of fronts. Firstly, it resolved a book o(...)

The minutes of the Central Bank commission meeting also note that the sale of the bank’s former headquarters on Dame Street closed in January for €67 million

The governor and deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland will each receive pay increases of about €7,000 this month as part of an unwinding of (...)

 Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has indicated that the first window of opportunity for an IPO of AIB shares is May or June of this year

The syndicate of investment banks and brokers who have been appointed by the Government to advise it on a possible flotation of AIB shares are expecte(...)

The Department of Finance has appointed Citigroup Global Markets, Goldman Sachs International, Goodbody Stockbrokers, JP Morgan and UBS as bookrunners for an IPO, and Investec Bank as co-lead manager.  Photograph: Reuters

The Department of Finance has appointed an additional six financial groups to advise it on a possible initial public offering (IPO) of shares in AIB o(...)

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