Susan Dargan

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Having entered the Irish market in 1996, State Street has gone on to become one of the largest international financial services employers in Ireland.

State Street has named Tadhg Young, who has been with the company for over a decade, as its next country head for Ireland, where the US financial serv(...)

‘Moral panic over vulture funds is only delaying the end of the arrears crisis.’

In 2011 at the Global Irish Economic Forum in Dublin Castle, former US president Bill Clinton sauntered onstage and delivered some home truths. Among (...)

Brendan Smith: pleaded guilty to bid-rigging. Photograph: Collins Courts.

If you’re a white collar criminal, come into the parlour. There’s a welcome there for you. Recent events have reminded everybody – as if we needed rem(...)

State Street’s Irish headquarters on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin.

US financial services giant State Street, which employs more than 2,500 staff in Ireland, is preparing to vacate a key building in Carrickmines in so(...)

Some 20 students from University College Cork will join the programme. Photograph: Gavin Browne

International bank State Street is linking up with University College Cork (UCC) and Zhejiang University (ZJU) in eastern China to set up an R&D f(...)

Willie Slattery worked for the Central Bank of Ireland for 23 years until 1996. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irishman Willie Slattery is to step down as an executive vice president of State Street Corporation at the end of this year. He has been based in Lond(...)