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John Corrigan has been chairman of the IAIM since December 2016, the year after he became Davy chairman. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

John Corrigan, chairman of Davy, is stepping down as chairman of the Irish Association of Investment Managers (IAIM) in a move the body says is n(...)

The offices of Davy stockbrokers in Dublin. Davy was for many years the central player in stocks and shares and in corporate finance. Its competitors did not like it – and it did not care. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

“It will be like Game of Thrones in there,” one long-time observer of the financial scene in Dublin put it last week as the fallout developed from the(...)

The technical language of the Central Bank’s report on Davy has the effect of pulling punches. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie

It is six years to the day tomorrow since the story of the Davy bond-trading scandal broke. Investigating it took so long, the Central Bank’s Dervil(...)

Davy formally put itself up for sale on Thursday evening. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said on Friday that a sale of Davy will require “absolute clarity” on whether a bond-deal scandal that has rocked(...)

The  crisis has resulted in the exit of all of the remaining 16 employees in the firm who took part in the ill-conceived trade, including former chief executive Brian McKiernan, former deputy chairman Kyran McLaughlin (above) and Barry Nangle.

As Davy sought during the financial crisis to pay down debt following a top-of-the-market €316 million management buyout of the business in 2006, a sm(...)

Stockbroker Davy is expected to hire an overseas investment bank to manage the sale of the firm. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie

Former executives at Davy who were at the heart of a bond-trading scandal that has rattled the stockbroking firm – and are still shareholders in it – (...)

A rogue personal gain by 16 employees at Davy has left the firm paddling through stormy waters, as it tries to survive the fallout. Photograph: Collins

It’s yet another scandal in Irish financial services. The recent fine on Davy may be the biggest of its kind ever levied on a stockbroker in Ireland, (...)

The Davy Group at Davy House on Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Members of the Davy group of 16 at the heart of the scandal that has landed the stockbroker with a record fine face the possibility of personal sancti(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland has fined stockbroker Davy €4.13m for breaching market rules in relation to a transaction involving the broker’s own staff. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

When the Central Bank of Ireland told the partners of Bloxham heading into the final weekend of May in 2012 that the game was up for the country’s the(...)

The Davy Group at Davy House on Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

It seems safe to assume that Tuesday was the worst day in the 95-year history of Davy, the grandee of Irish stockbrokers. It was hit with a record Cen(...)

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