KBC Bank Ireland post €39.5m profit as impaired loans fall 14pc

Profits at KBC Bank Ireland rose to €39.5m in the second quarter of 2016 from €17.8m during the same period last year.

Global experts combining to address cybersecurity issues at INM conference

Ireland’s first annual cybersecurity conference, InfoSec 2016, is set to address the main areas of IT security threats and the implications for businesses in Ireland.

Average Dublin house is now four times dearer than one in Longford

Houses in Longford are selling for less than a quarter of the cost of Dublin properties, a new survey shows.

Job vacancies in London’s financial sector fall as Brexit effect kicks in

Job vacancies in London’s powerhouse financial sector fell sharply last month as the Brexit vote applied the brakes to the pace of hiring, a report found.

Volkswagen growth slumps in Ireland after emissions scandal

Irish car sales in July revealed mixed results for German car manufacturers.

Ireland has the gloomiest view of Brexit

Financial and economic experts in Ireland are the most pessimistic of any country about the impact of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, according to an influential German think-tank.

Mortgage market bounces back as home loan drawdowns up 25pc

The mortgage market is bouncing back with a jump in the number of home loans drawn down.

The world’s largest meat company has just moved its HQ to Ireland

The world’s largest meat company JBS is to move some €30bn worth of assets to Dublin as the firm implements a major overhaul of its corporate structure.

Braemar a sturdy defence against the Brexit threat

Amid the entire clamour about Brexit and the consequent topsy turvy behaviour of the stock and foreign exchange markets, a few of the old rules still apply.

Hep C drug maker ‘got Irish tax deal’

The US maker of a controversial $1,000-a-day hepatitis treatment may be benefiting from an Irish tax deal, a US lobby group has claimed.

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