Brian Weber

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Irish people now have more money on deposit today than they did back in 2009.

This Saturday marks 10 years since US investment bank Lehman Brothers imploded, sending markets around the world into freefall and exacerbating the de(...)

 Fergal O’Brien: “I don’t think China has slowed to such a degree that it is now a major risk for exporters.”  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / THE IRISH TIMES

The risk to Ireland from the ongoing turmoil in China has been classified as “minimal” by several leading Irish commentators. They say Ireland’s ec(...)

NYSE trader: allocating to equities will still make sense in 2016. Photograph: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

For savers and investors, 2015 was a mixed year, with deposit rates continuing to slide and markets volatile. But what will this year bring? With the(...)

Quilter Cheviot was established two years ago when the specialist private client management business Quilter merged with Cheviot Asset Management, a company formed when Mr Weber and seven senior colleagues defected from Davy in 2003.

Investment management firm Quilter Cheviot, which employs about 40 people in Ireland, is to be acquired by financial services group Old Mutual for £58(...)

An ETF tries to reflect the market by acquiring the underlying securities in the index it tracks. photograph: brendan mcdermid/reuters

Since their creation in the early 1990s, exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, have found favour with many an investor looking to gain exposure to a particu(...)

According to an EU study last year, women across Europe earn around 16 per cent less per hour than men

There can be no doubting the strides that women have made in recent decades when it comes to professional development; but when it comes to dis(...)

If you’re one of the 380,000 or so Irish investors who directly hold shares in Vodafone, you should have received a chunky circular in recent weeks ou(...)

Tax hikes are coming, for investors and savers alike, with deposit interest retention tax (Dirt) set to rise in January. But as the new year rapidly a(...)