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An artist’s impression of the reception area at Two Park Place on Hatch Street Upper,  where Gartner will take the third floor, boosting its Dublin office space to 13,000sq ft

The success of the Clancourt Group’s Park Place development in Dublin city centre continues apace following the arrival of yet another blue-chip tenan(...)

MiddleGame general partner Patrick Pinschmidt said he was impressed by the calibre of fintech companies he had come across in the Republic in recent years. Photograph: Rebecca Drobis

Washington-headquartered venture capital firm Middlegame has said it is actively weighing up investing in a number of Irish fintechs. Middlegame Vent(...)

BT: Vodafone, Virgin and Three may be possible suitors for acquisition of its Irish arm. Photograph: Phil Noble

Ireland’s top telcos Vodafone, Virgin and Three have been touted as possible buyers of BT’s €460 million Irish unit, which the UK telecoms giant is se(...)

The Central Bank has had an influx of Brexit-related submissions.

The Central Bank has said it fell short of its own target in the processing of applications for certain investment firms in the second half of last ye(...)

Michael D’Arcy, Minister for Financial Services and Insurance and Jane Howard, CEO, Ulster Bank. Photograph:  Paul Sherwood

Financial firms fleeing Brexit cannot expect the Central Bank to do them any favours to fast-track approval to operate in Ireland, Minister of State f(...)

The Central Bank’s Michael Hodson addressing the conference on Thursday. Photograph: Paul Sherwood.

The Central Bank has warned overseas financial companies that it will not provide an “insurance policy” for inadequate planning for Brexit and drop st(...)

Share traders start their systems for  a trading session in Frankfurt, Germany. Photograph: Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach

Concern over China’s economic outlook and global trade left major world stock indexes little changed on Thursday, while an end to the latest chapter i(...)

Market sources said that the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) plans to raise about €3 billion through the sale of 10-year bonds as early as Wednesday.

The Republic is set to test the market for the first time since the European Central Bank (ECB) ended its €2.6 trillion stimulus programme last month.(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street rose as gains in the technology and consumer sectors helped extend Friday’s rally. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

European shares slipped on Monday as investors remained nervous about the euro-zone economy, Brexit and the US government shutdown. DUBLIN Dublin’s (...)

A trader at CMC Markets in London: financial markets are being subjected to a daily barrage of mixed Brexit headlines. Photograph: Henry Nicholls/Reuters

Currency traders in London, preparing for an all-nighter on Tuesday as Theresa May’s EU withdrawal agreement was supposed to come before the UK parlia(...)

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