Ring-fence CT take for investment – Ibec

Gains from corporate tax receipts should be ring-fenced for much-needed capital investment, rather than built into the base of current spending, the country’s biggest business body has argued.

With banks wary, who will splash the cash?

If the banks don’t have the capability or the appetite to finance enough houses, what other options are out there?

Brexit ‘victims’ meet today as Taoiseach to talk strategy with Dutch and Danish PMs

TAOISEACH Enda Kenny is today meeting with the prime ministers of the Netherlands and Denmark, two of the other EU countries expected to be worst hit by the impact of Brexit.

Brexit firms must be managed in Ireland – Central Bank

Financial firms looking to relocate due to Brexit must demonstrate that local management will be accountable for decision-making and that operations can be effectively supervised, the Central Bank has said.

Age of first-time buyers rises as housing supply fails to increase

The average age at which people buy their first home has rocketed to 35, with thousands of families trapped in unsuitable accommodation.

AIB appoints NTMA’s Hannigan as CRO

AIB has appointed Deirdre Hannigan as its new chief risk officer.

€100m ISIF-backed joint venture bankrolls four office developments

A funding platform that’s a joint venture between the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) and US-based Quadrant Real Estate has contributed to loan facilities totalling €238.4m used to bankroll the construction of four office developments here, according to accounts filed […]

Four in 10 firms failing to address data law changes

Four out of 10 businesses have not initiated plans to implement the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Taking stock of the man who put Ireland’s exchange on global map

Tom Healy rescued the Irish Stock Exchange from the threat of extinction, transforming the Dublin market from a sleepy backwater into one of the one of the leading destinations for international listed funds and debt securities.

Exports surge by 15pc as business sentiment defies gloom

The value of Irish goods exports was up 15pc in February, compared with the same month last year.

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