Chasing Returns founder Ann Hunt

Dublin-based Chasing Returns has become the second Irish fintech firm to be selected to take part in the UK financial regulator’s “sandbox” programme.(...)

Dixons Carphone said its investigation indicated there was an attempt to compromise 5.9 million cards in one of the processing systems of Currys PC World and Dixons Travel stores.

British mobile phone and electricals retailer Dixons Carphone said on Wednesday it had become the latest victim of cyber crime after discovering unaut(...)

KPMG’s fine was discounted for settlement to £3.15 million. Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters

KPMG has been fined £4.5 million (€5.1 million) by the accountancy watchdog in the UK over its audit of insurance firm Quindell. The Financial Repor(...)

Assure Hedge founder Barry McCarthy: “We have effectively been given the same regulation that large banks have, so it really allows us to compete with the big players.”

Assure Hedge, a Dublin-based provider of foreign exchange technology to protect businesses from currency fluctuations, has received full authorisation(...)

FILE PHOTO: Barclays chief executive Jes Staley . Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

British regulators have fined Barclays chief executive Jes Staley £642,430 for breaching conduct rules by attempting to identify who sent letters crit(...)

Optal is one of Europe’s fastest growing tech companies.

London-based payments start-up Optal is set to expand into Dublin as it hedges its bets in case the UK loses its financial passporting rights post-Bre(...)

Maltese investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was murdered in October last year. Photograph: Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters

The day after a car bomb claimed the life of Maltese investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia, in October last year, one of the 47 libel suits ag(...)

Cancelling the shares would have saved Aviva about £38 million (€43.4 million) a year in coupon payments. Photograph:  Andy Rain/EPA

Britain’s markets watchdog will review Aviva’s treatment of its preference shareholders to see if any of them lost money following the insurer’s decis(...)

Charles Dowd, Plynk co-founder and chief executive.

Dublin-based financial payments start-up Plynk has confirmed it has been forced to let some staff go, has not paid all its employees, and has stopped (...)

Former Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers, dubbed the “Crystal Methodist” because of his predilection for illegal drugs. Flowers presided over the near-collapse of the ethical bank, once one of Britain’s most respected institutions. Photograph: PA

Remember Paul Flowers, the former Methodist minister who was once chairman of the Co-operative Bank? Dubbed the “Crystal Methodist” because of his pr(...)

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