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Personnel costs were the main contributor to AIB’s higher expenses, growing 8 per cent or €29 million between January and June over the same period in 2018, because of wage inflation and a higher headcount.

AIB has imposed an embargo on recruitment and promotion for its 9,800 staff as the State-controlled lender moves to keep a lid on costs, according to (...)

It’s back to school time at the Institute of Education on Leeson Street in the heart of Georgian Dublin as the signs are everywhere. A young girl ner(...)

A view of  the New York Stock Exchange on August 14th. Photograph:  REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Stock markets globally were glad earlier this week to see that Donald Trump wasn’t prepared to cancel Christmas. Equities, which have had a bumpy ris(...)

Stephen Vernon (left) and Pat Gunne, at the Listing of Green REIT plc on the Irish Stock Exchange, in Dublin in 2013. File photograph: Eric Luke/ The Irish Times

Having just pulled off one of the largest property deals in the history of the Irish market with an agreement to sell Green Reit to UK-headquartered H(...)

Finance Ireland chief executive Billy Kane, pictured at its head office in Dublin.  Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Non-bank lender Finance Ireland is offering €290 million worth of mortgages for sale to international investors to fund further growth. Finance Irela(...)

Bank of Ireland CEO Francesca McDonagh’s plan is to expand the UK division’s loan book by 10 per cent and double its profitability – measured as return on equity – by 2021.

Investors in Bank of Ireland are currently valuing the group’s underperforming UK business at zero, according to an analyst with Bank of America Merri(...)

With Irish mortgage rates still well above the EU average, there is simply no excuse for borrowers not to benefit from the latest extraordinary developments in interest rates markets.

Another day, another row. US president Donald Trump’s repose to the latest comments by ECB president Mario Draghi underline one of the key issues faci(...)

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(...)

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