The new rules on density are likely to be issued via a circular to local authorities and will restrict bulk sales in less densely populated areas such as commuter belts.  Photograph: Getty Images

The Attorney General has approved proposals to reform the planning system in an effort to curtail the purchase of homes by institutional investors. (...)

The auction will be conducted on the Bloomberg auction system and will be confined to recognised primary dealers

The State’s debt management agency is to hold a bond auction on Thursday in which it will seek to raise up to €1.5 billion. The National Treasury Man(...)

ISIF director Nick Ashmore said the new fund ‘fills a gap in the market’. Photograph: iStock

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), which is managed by the National Treasury Management Agency, has committed €15 million to a new fund run(...)

The Central Bank has sold €18.5 billion of the bonds since 2014, including Thursday’s transaction, to the NTMA, which has immediately cancelled the notes. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank has sold a further €500 million of bonds linked to the restructuring in 2013 of the State’s bailout of the now-defunct Anglo Irish Ba(...)

During an appearance at the Oireachtas Finance Committee, Taoiseach Micheál Martin  denied that Robert Watt (pictured) was head-hunted for the €292,000 position. Photograph: Collins

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has defended the salary increase of more than €80,000 for the job of Department of Health secretary general as “appropriate” (...)

Bank of Ireland CEO Francesca McDonagh. Some industry observers say the bank’s move to assess the possibility of becoming a primary dealer may be part of the group’s plan to acquire Davy.

AIB and Bank of Ireland are looking into the prospect of becoming primary dealers in Government bonds, as Davy’s exit from this business in the wake o(...)

Robert Watt’s time in the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform was due to end in April after a decade there in the top role. File photograph: Collins

Sometime before lunch on December 23rd Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath quietly abandoned long-held traditions that have gov(...)

John Moran, departing interim chairman of the Land Development Agency, claimed that the agency’s mission appeared to have been curtailed. File photograph: Alan Betson

Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien has defended plans for the Land Development Agency (LDA) in the wake of concerns raised by its departing interim (...)

The NTMA has raised €7 billion so far this year by selling long-term bonds, with its full-year goal set between €16 billion and €20 billion.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has hired a group of banks and securities firms to sell up to €3 billion of 20-year bonds as it continu(...)

The NTMA raised a large chunk of its 2021 funding needs – some € 5.5 billion – in a 10-year bond sale in January

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) said on Monday that it will raise €750 million through an auction of treasury bills The short-term bil(...)

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