John Collison is the world’s youngest self-made billionaire.
A Central Bank investigation found that the bank was slow to report hundreds of suspicious transactions.
It has been suggested that they could increase competition for the dominant banks.
A new report says the return on members’ deposits is now “critically low”.
Prem Watsa has been referred to as the ‘Canadian Warren Buffett’.
The former Unicredit executive claims his life has been ruined by his whistleblowing.
The former Unicredit executive said his life was ‘utterly destroyed’ after he came forward.
They are looking for damages as their stakes were diluted when the bank received a state bailout.
The online payments firm has acquired startup advice site Indie Hackers.
It also wants banks to work together to help consumers switch.
Since 2009, executives at bailed-out banks have had their salaries capped at €500,000.
Jes Staley claims he didn’t know he wasn’t allowed to find out who was behind an accusatory letter.
The bank was awarded the possession order against a now-widowed father-of-five.
But governor Philip Lane thinks the market will correct itself in the long-term.
Insurance-tech firm Blink Innovation was yet to launch its maiden product.
US insurance giant AIG also overlooked Ireland for its regional HQ.
Clodagh Kinsella sued her employer after she was suspended from her position.
Three European banks paid effective tax rates of less than 2% on profits routed through the country in 2015.
Company directors need to be held more accountable for their firms’ actions.
Fenergo boss Marc Murphy is planning a €500m float on the US Nasdaq exchange.