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Poll: Should Ireland introduce a financial transaction tax?
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has rejected the introduction of a tax on financial market transactions but what do you think of the idea?
Law firm specialising in tax havens to create 75 jobs in Dublin
Maples and Calder, which already employs 175 people in the capital, offers corporate and financial law services.
Taoiseach ‘will consider’ streaming meetings of IFSC management group
Enda Kenny will consider proposals from a Labour backbencher to bring transparency to the group overseeing the IFSC.
Power cut leaves IFSC in the dark
Foreign investors foresee 20,000 new jobs in next three years
A study published by the Economist Intelligence Unit suggests multinationals will invest another $7.5 billion here by 2015.
NCB Stockbrokers to be sold for €32m to Investec
The company was founded by financier Dermot Desmond in 1981.
Taoiseach: "10,000 new jobs at IFSC in next 5 years"
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has laid out his vision for the future development of the IFSC – and it involves the creation of tens of thousands of new jobs.
Column: We can keep our corporation tax AND please Europe. Here's how
We’re told the low rate is to attract international firms – but the truth is far less savoury, writes historian Conor McCabe.
IFSC whistleblowers reporting financial firms to Cental Bank
The allegations centre on certain banks’ funding falling below minimum levels of liquidity that they are required to have in order to operate.
Taoiseach says Ireland will focus on 'Islamic finance' expansion
Speaking at a conference today in Dublin, Taoiseach Enda Kenny said the Central Bank has already “authorised a number of Sharia-compliant funds”.
North Quays reopened after security alert at IFSC
Jobs at the IFSC on the up after a three year slump
Good news on the jobs front as the numbers employed in Dublin financial centre creep back towards a 2007 peak.
Central Bank to get new powers to cover costs of future banking failures
New legislation imposed as a condition of the EU/IMF bailout will see the Central Bank gain sweeping new powers in order to protect the state from future exposure to troubled banks.