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The IFSC in Dublin. Centres such as Luxembourg, Brussels and Frankfurt appear to be among the early leaders in a race to sign up London-based firms seeking new EU bases. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Ireland has been the victim of “black propaganda” as it vies with other European countries to lure financial services activities from the City of Lon(...)

Lloyds of London won’t be moving to Dublin, having chosen Brussels as its post-EU base.

On Wednesday morning the Lions ran out to play at the QBE stadium in Auckland. Australian insurer QBE, one of the world’s top 20 general insurers, has(...)

Cyber attack: As it turned out, confirmed cases in Ireland were very limited – this time. Photograph: Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images

It was likened to the equivalent of the American military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen, and, no doubt, last weekend’s global cyber atta(...)

Azon partner Caroline Bruno: firms are gearing up for a war on talent

Nearly half of Irish financial firms fear they may lose employees to international companies relocating to Ireland in the wake of Brexit, according t(...)

Sir Gerry Grimstone said the firm “can’t take a chance” on Brexit

Insurer and asset manager Standard Life is likely to choose Dublin as the base for its European Union subsidiary after Britain leaves the bloc, its ch(...)

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street stocks edged lower in early trading on Friday and were on track to book losses for the week as weak economic data weighed on financial shares. Photograph: Bryan Smith/AFP/Getty Images

European stocks advanced on Friday after their biggest drop since mid-April, as investors searched for fresh triggers for further gains. On Friday, (...)

 Prof Philip Lane, Governor of the Central Bank, says Irish banks have paid out more than €120 million in the past two years in redress and compensation to mortgage customers who were denied a tracker rate.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, the economy’s recovery since the financial crash was hailed this week in a glowing review from the Central Bank.(...)

Ocado shares were trading close to a six-month low hit in early February

European shares fell on Friday, putting them on track for a small weekly loss, as major benchmarks tracked a global retreat by risky assets. The pan-(...)

Standard Life’s chairman, Gerry Grimstone, has said the company is looking at making Dublin its new EU hub after the UK leaves the bloc. Photograph: Getty Images

Scottish investment giant Standard Life, which is advancing plans to merge with Aberdeen Asset Management in a £11 billion (€12.9 billion) deal, is we(...)

One of the main drags on the Iseq index was a 5.8 per cent fall in bookmaking giant Paddy Power BetfairPhotograph: Paddy Power Betfair/PA

Declines in healthcare shares sent European bourses lower for a fourth day after US president Donald Trump vowed to lower the cost of medicines. In (...)

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