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Dave Lewis, chief executive officer of Tesco, just got an early Christmas present. The Competition and Markets Authority has provisionally cleared th(...)

IBI managing director Tedd Webb and chief executive Tom Godfrey are in advanced talks with Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Bank of Ireland confirmed on Friday that it had agreed terms on a management buyout at its IBI Corporate Finance. The Irish Times first reported last(...)

Is Jes Staley a kind, caring boss who went the extra mile to protect a colleague from unwarranted smears? Or is he an arrogant ex-Wall Street banker w(...)

The majority of junior staff working in financial services are women but only one in four of those who reach a senior role is female. Photograph: iStock

The majority of junior staff working in financial services are women but only one in four of those who reach a senior role is female, according to exc(...)

Traders in New York. New economic data  showed  the domestic US economy grew at a faster pace in the fourth quarter than previously estimated

Irish shares and the broader European market advanced on Thursday, with Tullow Oil and other explorers standing out as a strong spot as US crude oil p(...)

JP Morgan, Fidelity, Amundi and Schroders were among the companies selling funds with an active share of under 60 per cent and a tracking error of less than 4 per cent, said Better Finance. Photograph: Simon Newman/Reuters

Some of the biggest names in the European fund management industry may be selling closet trackers, according to campaign group Better Finance. Closet(...)

The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision in the case of Dublin businessman Ronan McNamee has implications for 26 others involved in similar “straddle” transactions involving what the Revenue estimates are total potentially recoverable tax sums of € 110million.

A Supreme Court decision has cleared the way for the Revenue Commissioners to continue its pursuit of a number of wealthy taxpayers whom it believes e(...)

The most likely outcome of Brexit is that foreign banks with large operations in London would shift their staff to a spread of eurozone locations where they already have operations — including Frankfurt, Dublin, Paris, Warsaw and Lisbon. That would fragment the financial services industry in Europe, potentially weakening the continent’s ability to compete internationally. (Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / THE IRISH TIMES)

What would Brexit mean for the City of London? The question is becoming increasingly pressing as next week’s historic In/Out referendum on British EU(...)

The European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany: yesterday’s milestone was passed as the ECB’s purchases of bonds have pushed prices higher and driven yields deeper into negative territory. (AP Photo/Bernd Kammerer)

The average yield on German government bonds has fallen below zero for the first time as the phenomenon of negative interest rates intensifies across (...)

Marks & Spencer: the retailer rose today, extending a rally from yesterday when its results beat forecasts

Global equity markets bounced, paced by a jump in oil prices today, but were still on track for a weekly decline. The Iseq rose as stocks on Wall St(...)

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