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The planned redundancies are expected to take place by the end of the year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Pan-European stock exchange operator Euronext is planning to cut about 20 jobs at the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE), which it acquired earlier this year (...)

Deirdre Somers, who moved on from the Irish Stock Exchange “to begin the next chapter of my business career”, officially left the company last week. Photograph: Patrick Bolger/Bloomberg

Deirdre Somers, the Irish Stock Exchange’s (ISE) recently-departed chief executive, had a €5.75 million pay day last year, driven by a cash windfall a(...)

Mary O’Dea joined the Central Bank three decades ago and stepped in as acting chief executive for a year following the 2009 retirement of Patrick Neary

The new owners of the Irish Stock Exchange have appointed a former senior central banker, Mary O’Dea, as a non-executive director as its new European (...)

At the announcement of Euronext’s acquisition of the ISE Stéphane Boujnah, Euronext CEO, and Deirdre Somers, former head of the ISE

The acquisition of the Irish Stock Exchange drove listing revenue at Euronext, the pan-European stock exchange, up 20.3 per cent during the second qua(...)

Stéphane Boujnah, Euronext chief executive, and Deirdre Somers, chief executive of Euronext Dublin. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Euronext Dublin has appointed a new chief executive following Deirdre Somers’ decision to step down from the role she has held for a decade. The posi(...)

The offices of Bloxham stockbrokers in Dublin which was ordered to cease trading in 2012. The High Court has found “no reliable evidence” of any conspiracy behind the decision to terminate liquidated  firm’s membership of the Irish Stock Exchange Ltd. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA

The High Court has found “no reliable evidence” of any conspiracy behind the decision to terminate liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham’s membe(...)

The revocation of Bloxham’s membership  arose after the Central Bank suspended it from trading as a result of concerns about its financial position

The High Court has found “no reliable evidence” of any conspiracy behind the decision to terminate liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham’s membe(...)

 Bloxham Stockbrokers: The firm’s largest creditors include National Irish Bank, owed €8.5 million, and the Revenue Commissioners, owed €2.3 million.

The creditors of liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham could get 40 per cent of what they are owed, rather than 10 per cent, if the liquidator wins his(...)

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange contends they may not

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange co(...)