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The Westbury, part of the Doyle Collection: a spokeswoman for the company, owned by the Doyle and Beatty families, declined to comment on its change to unlimited status. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The company behind the Doyle Collection hotel group, which had €662 million of total assets at the end of last year, has moved to keep its financial a(...)

The Bank of England in London: Goodbody Stockbrokers in Ireland seeks  to provide  clients with comprehensive coverage of UK financial stocks. Photograph: Marco Kesseler/The New York Times

Goodbody Stockbrokers has poached senior banking analyst John Cronin from its Dublin-based rival Investec as part of a broader plan to provide clients(...)

Goodbody Stockbrokers trading room. Growth in share trading activity has slowed  on the Irish Stock Exchange, while the initial public offerings market has dried up. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Goodbody Stockbrokers is planning to lay off about 20 employees, according to sources, marking its biggest jobs cut since the company was acquired fiv(...)

Goodbody’s trading room: last year saw the value of trading in shares and the Iseq20 Exchange Traded Fund on the Irish Stock Exchange soar by 33 per cent to €84.2 billion Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Management and staff at Goodbody Stockbrokers have doubled their stake in the firm to 49 per cent since 2011, when it was taken over by financial serv(...)

Former minister for foreign affairs Eamon Gilmore presented a Certificate of Irish Heritage to Tom Cruise, whose Irish ancestry stretches back to the 12th century when the Cruise family settled in Ireland as Knights of Strongbow

Members of the diaspora will no longer be able to pay for proof of their connection to Ireland after the Government announced it is to stop selling Ce(...)

 Actor Tom Cruise  arriving at Iveagh House in Dublin to receive his certificate of Irishness. File  photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Millions of people all over the world like to claim they have Irish roots, but perhaps not enough to stump up €40 for a certificate to prove it. New(...)

With summer holidays fast approaching, it’s time to get your money organised. It may be one of the least exciting aspects of a visit abroad, but a lit(...)

Fexco site at Killorglin, Co Kerry: expansion in Britain is being driven by the economy recovering and the pound continuing to strengthen. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

Irish foreign exchange and financial services specialist Fexco plans to create 60 jobs and open 15 new outlets in an expansion of its UK operation N(...)

Children of the diaspora would get a “taste of Irish education” as well as introducing them to Irish history, culture and “maybe an opportunity to trace their roots”.

The Government would welcome the development of a “youth gathering” which would see children of Irish emigrants visit for up to two weeks to introd(...)

Brian McCarthy:  backing insurance venture Homeguardian, which   aims to settle claims of up to €5,000 within three days. Photograph: Alan Betson

Fexco founder Brian McCarthy is backing a new home insurance venture that promises faster underwriting and claims decisions, according to the Sunday T(...)

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