Out of Office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
AM Alpha has acquired 76 Sir John Rogerson's Quay, the 92,600 square feet office building in the Dublin docklands. TIO, an umbrella fund involving Nama, Oaktree Capital and Bennett Construction, is reported to have been paid €95 for the office block by the German office investor. In December Rabobank announced the leasing of three floors of the office block for ten years.
Irish tech companies raised more than €1 billion in 2020. The figure is...
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Bank of Ireland buys most of KBC Bank Ireland’s performing loans and liabilities
BOI will acquire €8.8 billion of performing mortgages, €0.3 billion worth of non-performing home loans and €4.4 billion of deposits
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The Business Post receives 13 nominations in Newsbrands Journalism Awards
This newspaper received nominations across 11 categories, including scoop of the year and campaigning journalism
Profits down 36% at RTÉ’s commercial arm as Covid hits revenue
RTÉ Commercial Enterprises reports profit of €5.41 million for 2020, down from €8.51 million the previous year