30th August 2016
Ireland’s tax incentives to Apple are illegal and Dublin must recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) from the American tech giant, the European Commission ruled Tuesday. Here’s more from Margrethe Vestager, the commissioner in charge of competition policy: Member States cannot give tax benefits to selected companies –… Read More
25th July 2016
A sentencing hearing will be held on Monday for three former senior banking executives who were found guilty of conspiring to mislead investors and the public in relation to the financial health of Anglo Irish Bank in 2008. Denis Casey (56), the former group chief executive of Irish… Read More
30th June 2016
Google's offices in Madrid are being raided by the Spanish police on Thursday, a source familiar with the situation told CNNMoney. Read More
30th June 2016
The Belgian data protection authority on Wednesday lost a legal battle with Facebook in which it sought to stop the social network from tracking the online activities of non-Facebook users in Belgium who visit the social network’s pages. The Belgian Privacy Commission said the Brussels Appeals Court had dismissed its… Read More
27th June 2016
A former director of the Central Bank has called for Irish financial services firms to demonstrate "greater vigilance" when it comes to enforcing anti-money laundering legislation. Read More
15th June 2016
In first speech since appointment, says that while progress has been made, significant vulnerabilities remain due to the legacy of the crisis Outlines supervisory priorities for the role, to include resolving Non-Performing Loans, scrutiny of strategic and business model risk, and matters related to governance, culture and diversity. Commits to… Read More
15th June 2016
Evidence linking politicians in Northern Ireland to a massive property deal allegedly involving multimillion-pound fixer fees could emerge in the coming weeks, the Irish parliament was told yesterday. Read More
8th June 2016
Briefing note to finance minister warns of reputational harm EU decision would have ‘significant negative implications’ Read More
19th May 2016
In a speech to the International Capital Market Association Conference today, Governor Philip Lane focused the role of investment funds in the intermediation of international financial flows. Read More
11th May 2016
Almost two thirds (60%) of board members in Ireland say their anti-bribery and corruption policies do not work effectively, according to a new international study from Eversheds. 75% of the Irish executives involved in the research also said they had uncovered corrupt business practices in their organisation, despite anti-bribery laws now being prevalent across the world and an increased focus by prosecutors to bring charges. Read More