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Patrick Kearney’s Kilmona Holdings previously sued Davy in 2015 in relation to the deal, settling his case. Photograph: RollingNews.ie

Belfast property developer Patrick Kearney has launched a lawsuit against Davy and the group of 16 former employees who were on the other side of a 20(...)

Davy has hired international professional services firm Alvarez and Marsal to carry out a review of matters arising from the stockbroker’s recent Central Bank of Ireland fine. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Like all golf courses in the State, Lahinch Golf Club overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Co Clare is closed under the current Level-5 lockdown restrict(...)

Davy House on Dawson Street: To be an Ailmount director you once had to also be a Davy employee. Photograph: Gareth Chaney

In most employment contracts for individuals lucky to have shares in a business, those that depart are automatically “good leavers” unless decided oth(...)

Bernard Byrne, who took over as Davy interim chief executive last week

Embattled stockbroking firm Davy has asked its staff to come forward if they know of other situations in the past where clients may have had reason to(...)

Davy formally put itself up for sale on Thursday evening. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said on Friday that a sale of Davy will require “absolute clarity” on whether a bond-deal scandal that has rocked(...)

The  crisis has resulted in the exit of all of the remaining 16 employees in the firm who took part in the ill-conceived trade, including former chief executive Brian McKiernan, former deputy chairman Kyran McLaughlin (above) and Barry Nangle.

As Davy sought during the financial crisis to pay down debt following a top-of-the-market €316 million management buyout of the business in 2006, a sm(...)

Stockbroker Davy is expected to hire an overseas investment bank to manage the sale of the firm. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie

Former executives at Davy who were at the heart of a bond-trading scandal that has rattled the stockbroking firm – and are still shareholders in it – (...)

Any potential buyer of Davy would be conscious of the need for extensive due diligence. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Bank of Ireland has made an exploratory approach to Davy about the possibility of doing a deal, should the crisis-stricken stockbroking firm seek to f(...)

Davy is preparing to hire an outside firm to carry out an independent review of matters arising from the Central Bank’s findings.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Davy’s interim chief executive Bernard Byrne promised the stockbrokerage’s 700-strong workforce that the firm would move quickly to try to address fai(...)

Davy was the only Irish-owned firm among the 15 primary dealers of Government bonds recognised by the NTMA. Photograph: Getty

Davy said on Monday evening that it had closed its bond desk, resulting in four redundancies, as it raced to contain a growing crisis triggered by a (...)

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