Colin Hunt is due to present his vision for AIB in early March, a timing that has not been helped by the calling of an election for February 8th. Photograph:  Collins

A year into the job, AIB chief executive Colin Hunt will unveil his grand vision for the bank in early March. It’s shaping up to be an unenviable task(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has projected a budgetary surplus of 0.7 per cent or €2.6 billion for 2020 and nearly double that by 2025. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ireland’s turnaround can be seen in most of the headline metrics around the economy, from employment to growth to wages. However, one area where the l(...)

The Republic is among the first euro zone governments to target the bond markets this year. Photograph: iStock

The State has raised 40 per cent of its minimum 2020 funding target only a few days into the year after selling a higher-than-expected €4 billion of l(...)

Last month the NTMA said it planned to raise between €10bn   and €14bn   in bond markets this year. Photograph: Eric Luke

and JOE BRENNAN The Republic has moved again to get ahead of a new-year rush by European governments to raise debt by hiring banks to sell 15-year bo(...)

An Post is one of the companies overseen by State agency NewEra on behalf of the Government.

State companies generated almost €1.4 billion in operating profit last year and paid €261 million in dividends to the exchequer, according to data fr(...)

An artist’s impression of the Dublin Landings development on North Wall quay.

Property investor Iput has paid €115 million to acquire an office block on Dublin’s north quays, Three Dublin Landings. The company, which controls (...)

The NTMA’s bond redemptions are set to fall after 2020.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) plans to raise between €10 billion and €14 billion in the bond markets next year, less than in 2019. T(...)

Cubic Telecom chief executive Barry Napier

Losses narrowed at Irish technology company Cubic Telecom last year as turnover jumped by over 80 per cent to 19.8 million. Newly filed accounts for (...)

Google have been in talks relating to the purchase of the Treasury Building since 2017. Photograph: Eric Luke

Google is closing in on the purchase for about €120 million of the Treasury Building on Dublin’s Grand Canal Street. The US-headquartered tech giant’(...)

Standard & Poor’s announced late on Friday that they were upgrading Ireland’s debt rating from A plus to AA minus, a significant move which returns the rating to its pre-bailout level for the first time

The outlook for the public finances has been boosted by a decision by rating agency Standard & Poor’s to upgrade Ireland’s debt for the first time(...)

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