The Matheson Foundation website says it has supported charities such as the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, and the Centre for Talented Youth. Photograph: Eric Luke

A former children’s charity linked to Matheson, the Dublin-based corporate law firm, has emptied its bank accounts and donated almost €2.4 million to (...)

Investigators vetting one of US president Donald Trump’s senior nominees to the department of the treasury have zeroed in on his role at a Dublin outf(...)

 Matheson headquarters  at 70 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin  2.    File photograph: Alan Betson

The Charities Regulator rejected some of the main arguments made to it by the charitable foundation of the corporate law firm, Matheson, over the past(...)

Matheson is understood to have applied to Revenue to relinquish the charitable status of Eurydice, Medb and Badb,  originally registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority  to “relieve poverty and distress”.

Dublin law firm and corporate tax adviser Matheson has abandoned the use of three registered charities that helped its clients, including some so-call(...)

Barnardos chief executive Fergus Finlay:  said “any suggestion that we are supported by the Matheson Foundation is completely wrong”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Matheson, the corporate law firm that works closely with the so-called “vulture funds” that buy distressed property loans, has admitted its use of re(...)

Mr Noonan said the issue of the use of charitable trusts by section 110 companies is subject to a separate review. Photograph: Frank Miller /	THE IRISH TIMES

The Department of Finance has moved to close off a controversial loophole that allows so-called vulture funds to avoid tax on profits made buying and (...)

Burlington Loan Management  investments include loans linked to the Belfast-registered Titanic Quarter.

A Dublin firm set up during the crash by US hedge fund, Davidson Kempner, to pick up distressed financial assets across Europe paid just $125 in corpo(...)

Stephen Donnelly: told the Dáil “vulture funds” – which have bought up distressed assets, including mortgages, in Ireland – have managed to legally avoid paying tax on profits made from their sale. Photograph: Eric Luke

Two separate investigations into the use of tax loopholes which allow foreign investors to escape tax on profits made in Ireland are now under way by(...)

Social Democrats TD Stephen Donnelly  claimed that vulture funds “are about to pull off the largest avoidance of tax on Irish profits in the history of the State”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish charities are being used by vulture funds to avoid paying tax in the State, the Dáil has heard. Social Democrats TD Stephen Donnelly claimed t(...)

 The Irish Financial Services Centre: home to many a special purpose vehicles A scene from the Oscar-winning ‘Il Postino’

What have a mythological Irish queen famed for ravishing men, a legendary war goddess who took the form of a bloodthirsty crow, and a nubile Greek nym(...)

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