Ed Micheau

Ed Micheau

BIAM begins its search for new investment officer

BIAM begins its search for new investment officer

Bank of Ireland Asset Management (BIAM) has begun the search to find a replacement for Chris Reilly, one of the domestic industry’s best-known and respected fund managers.

No dividend planned after Aer Lingus flotation

No dividend planned after Aer Lingus flotation

Aer Lingus management has no plans for the company to pay a dividend to shareholders, if and when the airline is floated on the Irish Stock Exchange this year.

Bank boss: No property bubble

Bank boss: No property bubble

The chief executive of the country’s third-largest mortgage lender has said that current house-price inflation is not a concern, contradicting claims made last week by Denis Casey, Permanent TSB boss, that the surge in prices in the first quarter of

Contenders to buy TV3 whittled down by bidding

Contenders to buy TV3 whittled down by bidding

The number of contenders vying to buy television station TV3 is expected to be whittled down to a handful after the second round of bidding closed last Friday.

EBS bolsters commercial lending team

EBS bolsters commercial lending team

EBS has hired a new lending team in a belated bid to break into the lucrative commercial lending arena, a traditional weak spot for the lender.

Irish firm pioneers low-cost telecoms franchise

Irish firm pioneers low-cost telecoms franchise

A group of Irish entrepreneurs claims to have established the world’s first low-cost telecoms franchise business, which will be available in more than 30 countries.

CRH rally built on solid ground

CRH rally built on solid ground

The sustained rally in CRH, which has seen its share price rise by more than 30 per cent since hitting a weak point last October, looks well justified.

Bookies set for €100m Cheltenham bonanza

Bookies set for €100m Cheltenham bonanza

Bookmakers are looking forward to a bumper week of gambling, worth well over €100 million, in what is traditionally the busiest week of the year for the betting industry.

Master Mullins

Master Mullins

A clock tower perched above the stables announces the location of Closutton, minutes before you arrive at the training establishment owned by Willie Mullins.

€100m revamp for concert hall after state buys site

€100m revamp for concert hall after state buys site

Ireland is set to get a new €160 million cultural landmark at the National Concert Hall (NCH) after a deal was reached on the sale of the Dublin site on which it stands.

The death of a football team and the rebirth of a club

The death of a football team and the rebirth of a club

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LSE share rise could gift Irish firms

LSE share rise could gift Irish firms

The inheritance windfall awaiting a number of the smaller Irish stockbrokers climbed to more than €30 million this weekend, as the share price of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) soared past the €8 mark last Friday.

The death of a football team and the rebirth of a club

The death of a football team and the rebirth of a club

The Lost Babes: Manchester United And The Forgotten Victims Of Munich, by Jeff Connor, Harper Sport, €21.90.

Mansfield man goes it alone

Mansfield man goes it alone

The offer, when it came, was too late. Hotelier John Glynn had already signed a contract that would see him leave the employment of Jim Mansfield, the developer of the Citywest hotel, conference and golf complex in Dublin.

DPM Mellon chooses IFSC for hedge

DPM Mellon chooses IFSC for hedge

DPM Mellon has chosen to locate the European arm of its hedge fund administration business in the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Dublin.