IBRC, formed from the remains of Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Building Society, was the first Irish entity to engage in the large-scale sale of non-performing loans. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The State’s recession-era involvement in the financial sector cost billions and will have an impact for years to come. From bailouts to nationalisatio(...)

Developer Peter Curistan Photograph: Pacemaker

The successor to Anglo Irish Bank wants a Belfast court to allow it to take evidence from three witnesses in Dublin as part of its defence of property(...)

Peter Curistan is suing the former Anglo in a personal capacity.  Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Belfast property developer Peter Curistan is claiming £100 million (€128m) damages in his Belfast High Court action against the former Anglo Irish Ban(...)

The Cineworld complex on Dublin’s Parnell Street produces a rent of €1.9 million, though the new owner is likely to seek a rent increase.

A British company involved in the leisure business is to pay close to €20 million for the largest and most(...)

Cineworld in Parnell Street: it opened as the Virgin Cinema in 1998, then traded as UGC and then as Cineworld. In 2002 seven more screens were added along with a new foyer and bar

Ireland’s largest cinema complex, Cineworld, in Parnell Street, Dublin 1, is to be offered for sale as an investment on the Irish and European markets(...)