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Chartered Accountants Ireland was responding to a public consultation from the Brydon review.

Auditors should have to form a view on the long-term viability of companies they’re scrutinising and then make this position publicly available, accor(...)

The company’s decision to remove Stephen Kelly prompted shares to fall 6.6 per cent to 602.4p in morning trade

The chief executive of Sage, the UK’s largest listed technology business, has stood down because of the accounting software company’s struggle to move(...)

 CEO of the London Stock Exchange Xavier Rolet has stepped down with immediate effect, blaming “unwelcome publicity” amid a mounting row over succession plans for the top job.

The London Stock Exchange said its chief executive, Xavier Rolet, has left after the bourse’s clash with a top shareholder dragged in the Bank of Engl(...)

Although the two companies describe the deal as a merger, Deutsche Börse is paying a takeover premium to the LSE. Photograph: PA Wire

The London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Börse have unveiled a deal to combine, a move they hope will fight off interlopers and persuade regulator(...)

The London Stock Exchange reached a deal on a merger with German rival Deutsche Borse  to create one of the biggest exchange companies in the world. Photograph: Phil Toscano/PA Wire

Deutsche Boerse and London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) said they had reached a merger agreement and saw potential cost savings of €450 million per yea(...)

Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Börse, would head up the company formed from the merger with LSE.

The London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Börse are discussing a deal that would see the creation of a holding company for the combined group based(...)

In a letter to almost 5,300 shareholders, the listed group says it is now effectively up to them to do battle with the Irish Revenue. Photograph: Standard Life/PA

British insurer Standard Life says it can do no more to help more than 5,000 Irish investors left with a tax bill after a postal blunder undermined (...)