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Kernel Capital partner Jayne Brady, Causeway Sensors chief executive Dr Bob Pollard, Invest NI director of corporate finance William McCulla and Bank of Ireland business adviser Odhran McNeilly.

Causeway Sensors, a Belfast-based diagnostics company which has developed nano-sized sensing chips that can be used to detect early-stage cancer and (...)

Lloyd’s: currently uses  passporting rights to access other EU markets from its London base. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Lloyd’s of London is leaning towards Luxembourg as its post-Brexit EU home, according to reports. Dublin has also been in the running for the insuranc(...)

The arrival of Lloyd’s would pose particular issues for the Central Bank. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Lloyd’s of London is actively examining the option of setting up a subsidiary in Dublin, as it finalises its plan to deal with the move to Brexit. T(...)

London’s Labour mayor, Sadiq Khan, said  failing to maintain access for UK banks to the EU market after Brexit would be an act of “economic sabotage” that would ripple across Britain. Photograph: PA

New York’s financial sector is set to be the big winner from Brexit, according to the chairman of the City of London Corporation’s policy and resource(...)

Jayne Brady, partner at Kernel with  Bob Pollard, chief executive of  Causeway Sensors, a spin-off company from Queen’s University Belfast  set up by   Pollard –  along with  Robert Bowman and John Nelson –  which has developed nano-sized sensing chips   used to detect early-stage cancer

A Belfast diagnostics company has secured a £500,000 investment from Kernel Capital. Causeway Sensors has developed nano-sized sensing chips that c(...)

Lloyd’s of London insurance market posted a 22 per cent rise in pre-tax profits to £1.46 billion (€1.7 billion) for the first half of the year. Photograph: iStock

The Lloyd’s of London insurance market posted a 22 per cent rise in pre-tax profits to £1.46 billion (€1.7 billion) in the first half of 2016, as it c(...)

Prolonged uncertainty over Brexit could trigger Lloyd’s contingency plans, its chairman warned.

The chairman of Lloyd’s has warned that the London-based insurance market could move some of its operations to other parts of the European Union if it(...)

Lloyd’s of London underwriter Hiscox said it would set up a new EU-based insurance company if needed to weather the possible impact of Britain’s decis(...)

Lloyd’s of London building. “We’ve taken a double hit from reduced margins in underwriting and lower investment yield,” said Lloyd’s of London chief executive Inga Beale

Lloyd’s of London reported a 30 per cent drop in full-year profit as the world’s largest insurance market was hurt by continued pressure on pricing an(...)