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Billionaire investor George Soros’ has cut his original stake in property company Hibernia Reit by more than half since its flotation.

Billionaire investor George Soros’ stake in Hibernia Reit has been cut by more than half since its flotation, following a share sale last week. The (...)

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 (...)

The Standard Life office has an entrance on St Stephen’s Green

Standard Life’s Dublin office for 30 years with a Georgian entrance on to the south side of St Stephen’s Green and more modern offices backing on to I(...)

Beaux Lane House, in Dublin 2: bought by German investment fund Realis

Interest in the Irish property market from leading domestic and international investors remains at a high level. In a recent PropertyEU ranking, five (...)

Standard Life chief executive Keith Skeoch confirmed the company is making contingency plans for a possible “Brexit”

Funds under management at insurer Standard Life Ireland grew 20 per cent last year to €9 billion on the back of record sales as its parents confirmed (...)

Back in 2006, Irish consumers had a staggering 14 current account providers to choose from but today those options have reduced to six

Yes the financial crisis and resulting bailout of the banks have cost taxpayers billions. But a less discussed impact of the crisis has been the dimin(...)

Consumer confidence is on the rise and economic sentiment is at a more than four-year high.

Moribund. Decrepit. Sclerotic. Popular words to describe the economy shared by the 19 countries of the euro zone - but perhaps no longer apt. Very sl(...)

Twitter leasing 85,000sq ft in Cumberland House near Pearse Station at €50 per sq ft demonstrated the growing trend of refurbishment of 1960s office buildings

The Dublin office market has experienced another robust year in terms of rental growth, take-up of space and investor activity but, even though the pr(...)

A problem with the postal systems in Ireland or Britain meant 5,300 Irish shareholders in Standard Life were left facing a tax bill that would consume half of a 73p sterling per share payout made by the company last March

British insurer Standard Life will write to more than 5,000 Irish shareholders to advise them on how to avoid tax bills on a payment made by the compa(...)

Shareholders in Standard Life will not be pursued by Revenue for tax on the “return of value” earlier this year after Minister for Finance Michael Noo(...)

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