There is no shortage of experience at alternative lender Capitalflow, which recently bought a €122 million loan portfolio. The company is in the market for more deals and it wants to double its loan book by 2025.
The cyber attack on the HSE highlighted the vulnerability of the State’s cybersecurity defences. Ireland's success in attracting multinationals exposes it to significant reputational risk and it is up to the State to put the right protection in place.
A company in Johnny Ronan's real estate stable appealed Dublin City’s demand for payment on a Dublin 6 site for the second year running. It disputes the €4.5 million valuation and now owes the council a six-figure sum.
A summons was invalidly served on a British financial advisor alleged to have acted as a broker for Flatley in a 2018 insurance settlement, the High Court has ruled. The accountant claims Flatley told him he would drop the case against him.
The EU Digital Services Act to tackle disinformation and harmful activities online came into force at the weekend. That could mean an onslaught of cases for new media regulator Coimisiún na Meáin and its digital services commissioner John Evans.
Dublin City Council has refused planning permission for central hotel developments on the grounds that they’re not needed in the areas, missing the point that failure to build hotel rooms puts renewed pressure on existing housing stocks.
Germans have taken to the streets in mass protests against the far-right AfD party. There is now a growing need for a widespread pro-democracy coalition throughout Europe including Ireland, Fergal Lenehan writes from Leipzig.
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