More than €2.5 trillion of global fund assets are domiciled in Ireland in an industry that employs about 14,000 people

IDA Ireland has said asset managers account for about half of the 100-plus applications the Central Bank is dealing with from firms seeking authorisat(...)

US bank JP Morgan is buying a landmark office building in Dublin to expand its Irish workforce. Photograph: Getty

Irish authorities say they have clinched deals with more than a dozen London-based banks and finance houses to move some of their operations to Dublin(...)

The sale of the initial 25 per cent stake in AIB raised about €3 billion.

It’s almost a decade since the onset of the financial crash, and this week the State gave the world another sign it has jumped out of the hospital bed(...)

Dublin’s IFSC. Ireland has complained to the European Commission that it is being undercut by rival centres competing to host financial firms looking for a European Union base outside London after Brexit. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Ireland has complained to the European Commission that it is being undercut by rival centres competing to host financial firms looking for a European (...)

Chicago-based financial services group Northern Trust has flagged the possibility of setting up a full European Union subsidiary in Ireland as it works on plans to deal with the impact of Brexit.

Chicago-based financial services group Northern Trust has flagged the possibility of setting up a full European Union subsidiary in Ireland as it work(...)

The IFSC area of Dublin: while some have warned that Ireland risks being beaten by European rivals to financial market opportunities arising from Brexit as it tiptoes around political sensitivities, the IDA says it has not been reticent. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Paris is aggressively marketing its wares to bankers based in the City of London. Frankfurt is dangling the possibility of easing its hire-and-fire la(...)

 The Irish Financial Services Centre: academic Jim Stewart said Ireland’s financial centre had hosted many of the vehicles involved in the  crash and  it used “smoke and mirrors” to “camouflage” some activity.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh.

Irish officials say they have had more than 35 concrete enquiries from London-based financial groups looking at setting up a base or expanding in Irel(...)

The IFSC accounts for 15 per cent of multinational employment in Ireland, and contributes 7.7 per cent of Irish GDP.   Photograph: Bryan O'Brien/The Irish Times

Ireland must make the most of its reputation as the place to develop software and new technologies if the IFSC is to prosper, according to John(...)