AIB is bolstering its fintech abilities with a bid for Payzone.  Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

AIB and First Data have joined forces to buy consumer payments network Payzone, in a widely expected deal worth up to €100 million. About €61 million(...)

AIB: with First Data  is poised to buy Payzone for about €100 million. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

AIB and New York-listed financial services group First Data are close to agreeing to buying Payzone for about €100 million, more than two months after(...)

apartments recently let agreed at Wolfe Tone Lofts in Dublin 1 have had advertised rents of €2,200 per month for a two-bed and €1,800 for a one-bed.

Avestus Capital Partners has acquired Wolfe Tone Lofts, a fully tenanted mixed-use building on Wolfe Tone Street in Dublin 1, for more than €22 millio(...)

ISIF director Eugene O’Callaghan said the strategy took account of the “significant progress made” in the economy.

The State’s €5.4 billion investment fund could recruit the World Bank to help Irish companies seeking new markets after the UK leaves the European Uni(...)

The divestment, which was worth a combined €68 million, involved the fund selling off its shares in companies involved in oil, gas and other fossil fuels

The State has become one of the first countries in the world to officially withdraw public money from investment in fossil fuels. The Department of F(...)

The platform will begin with a portfolio of three assets totalling 334 private and social units in Dublin, including the scheme at Bancroft in Tallaght

US investment group Starwood Capital is to partner with Urbeo Residential and the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) to develop a €1 billion bui(...)

Ulster Bank is preparing to quit its headquarters on George’s Quay in Dublin 2 after more than two decades

Central Bank executives are resisting calls to potentially make it easier for borrowers to get exemptions from mortgage-lending limits, as the regulat(...)

Billy Kane of Finance Ireland: the prospect of an initial public offering (IPO) of the business is still some time off, he says. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the State’s largest non-bank retail lender, plans to raise equity late next year in a fresh fundraising round as the business continu(...)

Finance Ireland chief executive Billy Kane at the company’s base on Pembroke Road, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Billy Kane knew time was up in August 2008 for his lending business that allowed seniors to release equity in their homes when a Wall Street bank that(...)

 Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe in advance of delivering Budget 2019, at Government Buildings. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Government should consider diverting €1.5 billion of “excess” funds in the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) to developing the State’s infr(...)

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