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Standard Life considering Ireland as possible EU base

Standard Life is considering increasing the size of its Dublin operation as a result of Brexit. The company is considering Dublin as one of a number of possible destinations for the its [...]

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Citadel moves to expand in prime Dublin location

The largest equity trader in the United States, Citadel Securities, is to grow its Dublin operation over the next two years. The company will move into an 18,500 square foot office space [...]

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Advisers to snap up 10.5m in Bank of Ireland fees

Advisers to Bank of Ireland's corporate overhaul - a largely technical move - stand to make close to 10.5m in fees. The figure was disclosed in a prospectus, filed yesterday, detailing [...]

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Ireland faces scrutiny from Trump's US over $36bn surplus

Ireland's economic model is set to come under unprecedented scrutiny after the Trump administration launched an investigation into its trade relations with "partners" around the world. N [...]

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Fears for Irish exporters as UK construction slows

A slowdown in the growth of UK construction activity has added to fears that the country's economy may be starting to cool. March saw only a marginal rise in new work across the British [...]

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State may take lower price to get top investors to buy into AIB

The Government is considering roping in a handful of blue-chip investors to anchor AIB's shareholder base when it sells 3bn of shares in the bank this summer. But any move to restrict s [...]

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Claim that Gleeson 'took cash from tills'

ACCOUNTANT Patrick Burke has strongly disputed claims by publican Frank Gleeson related to a dispute over the merger of the Mercantile/Capital chains of well-known Dublin pubs, hotels and restaurants. [...]

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Development bias to hurt economy - CIF

Low levels of infrastructure development in regional areas will "fundamentally undermine" Ireland's economic performance in the next decade, the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has claimed. Ireland needs to slash personal tax rates to cr [...]

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Help-to-Buy scheme fuels surge in house prices

House prices soared 9pc in a year on the back of new buyers clamouring to get hold of property in limited supply. The 'Help-to-Buy' scheme and looser credit conditions are expected to pu [...]

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Development bias to hurt economy - CIF

Low levels of infrastructure development in regional areas will "fundamentally undermine" Ireland's economic performance in the next decade, the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has claimed. Dublin's ab [...]

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Nama set for loan sale as AIB nears 300m BTL deal

The National Asset Management Agency is preparing to sell a portfolio of loans tied to the late Cork developer Owen O'Callaghan. It is understood a formal auction for the partially-pefor [...]

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Amryt chief excited by 'landmark' agreement

Irish-listed Amryt Pharma posted operating losses before tax of 7.8m following a number of strategic acquisitions over the course of 2016. The company said that it had signed an exclusi [...]

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Row as Lisney denies it signed off on report that claimed Nama lost 18bn

A war of words has erupted over estate agent Lisney's role in an apparently damning report into Nama. Lisney has distanced itself from the report that claimed taxpayers lost out on 18bn [...]

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'We didn't cause this, but we have to deal with the reality,' says Kenny

Taoiseach Enda Kenny insists he is confident that Ireland's interests will be reflected in the draft Brexit negotiating guidelines due to be published by Brussels. With the formal divorc [...]

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Permanent TSB 'charging double' its rivals to fix rate

A state-rescued bank has been accused of exploiting its mortgage customers by offering those who want to fix an interest rate that is more than double what other banks are charging. The [...]

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Mortgage surge means house prices 'now set to rise by 10pc'

A rush to get approved for a mortgage, with first-time buyers to the fore, is expected to push house prices up by 10pc this year. Changes to Central Bank lending rules and the introducti [...]

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Irish Life adds City Quay offices to 1bn portfolio

Irish Life has restated its commitment to the Dublin office market with a decision to pre-fund the 125m development of 13-18 City Quay in the docklands. The 118,000sq ft office building [...]

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2,000 taxpayers call Revenue helpline in offshore crackdown

With only a month left for taxpayers to make voluntary disclosures about offshore assets, there's likely to be a surge in calls to the Revenue Commissioners' dedicated helpline in coming weeks.

 
 
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