Russian investors were repaid millions just before Dolphin Trust collapse
German court hears how the bust property group compensated Russians while 1,800 Irish investors could lose €107 million
Two big to fail: will the sale of Davy undermine Irish banking?
Davy Stockbrokers is likely to be bought by Irish Life or Bank of Ireland, and with AIB buying Goodbody, it will create two banking behemoths, raising a number of questions as to what that will mean for the market here
Ian Guider: State should follow Intel example and invest properly in the future
Right now, the state can fund itself at very low cost. That won’t last for ever, and we must take advantage of it while we can
German police search home of Dolphin Trust founder
Prosecutors seize servers, data and files from offices linked to Charles Smethurst’s collapsed property fund in which 1,800 Irish people invested
‘Distressed’ sale of assets related to Dolphin Trust took place in 2017
Private equity firm Vordere acquired properties from now-bankrupt Dolphin two years before Irish investors alerted to problems with investments worth €107m
Irish funds industry hits record high of $4.2 trillion, new data shows
Figures compiled by Monterey Insight, an independent fund research company, show the value of Irish-domiciled funds grew by 10.4 per cent to a market size of just over $3.3 trillion.
The gender investment gap: why do women fall behind on money matters?
Many women feel locked out of the investment game due to stereotyping and historical factors. Could that be about to change?
NearForm gets ‘strategic investment’ to expand in Europe and America
Columbia Capital has invested in the Waterford-based technology firm which developed the Covid Tracker app
Yew Grove Reit sets its sights on offices outside Dublin
The property investment firm has a war chest of roughly €20 million as it prepares to add to its existing portfolio
Investors largely optimistic about rebound this year, says Colliers International report
Global Capital Markets 2021 Investor Outlook anticipates a 50 per cent surge in investment activity in the second half of the year
David Johnson: What a post-Brexit property investment market could look like
While new obstacles to trade are sure to emerge, Britain’s openness to real estate investors is unlikely to alter. If anything, it will solicit greater investment than before
Hannah Dwyer: Cautious optimism for 2021 as uncertainty prevails
In the real estate market, staying ahead of trends will be crucial this year. While local market sentiment and knowledge remain important, data will be king
Irish investor’s case to wind up Dolphin company pushed out to next month
An estimated 1,800 Irish investors entrusted more than €100 million of pension and investment monies in unregulated loan notes with the bust German property group
Comment: We’re on the cusp of tech-driven economic revolution
The technological change that we have seen in 2020 has accelerated trends that were already in place and only those who adapt fast enough will survive
‘The money has disappeared’: how Dolphin Trust vanished a fortune
Property investment group Dolphin Trust collapsed in July with liabilities of over €1 billion – and took with it the pensions of thousands of ordinary people who thought their life savings were safe. What happened to their money – and will they ever see any of it again?