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IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has extended a special tax relief designed to attract overseas executives and companies to Ireland by a further t(...)

Increases to tax credits for the self-employed, as well as measures to help SMEs retain staff, were welcomed.

Advocates for entrepreneurs gave a mixed reaction to measures contained in Budget 2020. Increases to tax credits for the self-employed, as well as m(...)

A new €500,000 investment limit is also being introduced, but only for EIIS funding from “investors who are prepared to invest... for ten years or more”.

Business advisers have given a cautious welcome to reforms of one of the State’s flagship schemes for incentivising investment in start-ups in Budget (...)

Some 333 of the new roles will be based across the firm’s two Dublin offices with a further 136 in Belfast

Consulting firm EY is to create 600 new jobs across its network of 10 Irish offices over the next year in a move that will bring total headcount local(...)

PwC UK is considering an overhaul of how its auditors are paid to reduce the risk of conflicts of interest between audit and consulting and head off a(...)

By the end of June, 29 financial services companies had relocated staff or services from London to Dublin as a result of Brexit, EY said. Photograph: iStock

Travelers Insurance Company, the US multinational with total assets of about $103 billion, will transfer its European business to Dublin in a move to (...)

The EY report found the rate of relocation has fallen “significantly” in the past quarter.

Some 29 financial services (FS) companies have relocated staff or services from London to Dublin as a result of Brexit, according to a new report. Thi(...)

The Northern Ireland economy is projected to contract by 0.6%  next year under a no-deal scenario. Photograph: Getty Images

EY sees Irish economic growth falling back to 3.7 per cent in 2019, and being slashed to 1.3 per cent next year in the event of a no-deal Brexit, befo(...)

Workhuman chief technology officer and Chair of Technology Ireland Jonathan;  Una Fitzpatrick, director of Technology Ireland; Carol Gibbins, head of ICT and international services, Enterprise Ireland; and Paul Swift, head of technology sector, Bank of Ireland at the launch of the   Technology Ireland Industry Awards. Photograph: Ibec

Ireland’s technology companies are set to fight it out for the accolade of technology company of the year, with the launch of the Technology Ireland I(...)

Among the reasons driving consumers to fintech services are better rates and fees, which 37 per cent of people cited as the reason for adopting the services. Photograph: Getty Images

The number of Irish consumers adopting fintech has increased almost threefold since 2017, a new report has claimed, putting Ireland ahead of the globa(...)

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