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Lloyd’s of London sets its sights on Dublin, Toys R Us files for bankruptcy and Tesla’s potential for China. BREXIT: LLOYD’S OF LONDON LOOKS TO DUBLIN One of Lloyd’s of London’s largest insurance syndicates is to move its European headquarters to Dublin, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has announced. “XL Group, which operates the XL Catlin brand, has... Read more » The post The Aggregate: the B&F edit of the top stories from around the web 19.09.17 appeared …
09.19 / 22:47
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The third annual report analyses expenditure and tendering activity on goods, services and minor works across public-service bodies (PSBs) in Ireland. Minister of State for Public Procurement Patrick O’Donovan TD today launched the Office of Government Procurement’s (OGP) Public Service Spend and Tendering Analysis for 2015 report. A little over €4.5 billion is anlaysed and attributed to three... Read more » The post Minister O’Donovan welcomes new expenditure report appeared fi…
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Michael D’Arcy TD, Minister of State for Financial Services, continues his programme of official engagements promoting Irish financial services. He will follow his address to the inaugural “Sustainable Nation Ireland” Embassy dinner last evening by making a round of engagements in relation to his financial-services scheme. This will involve informal events and meetings with London-based expats... Read more » The post Minister D’Arcy travels Europe to promote Irish fi…
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LinkedIn’s new EMEA headquarters at Wilton Place opened by the Taoiseach and Tánaiste The new building is the first that LinkedIn has built outside the USA, and is the result of an €85 million investment. The development was undertaken in order to meet the needs of LinkedIn’s growing workforce in Ireland, which has increased from three... Read more » The post An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald officially open LinkedIn’s EMEA HQ appeared first on Business &…
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Bank of England governor says drop in migration could lead to a short-lived spike in inflation and higher…
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Nearly half of 123 companies polled by Reuters expect to restructure their businesses because of…
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For the first time in five years, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has recorded an increase in company incorporation for a second quarter – April to June. When compared to the second quarter last year, incorporation this year increased by…
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Rival platforms report big increase in transfers from Barclays after botched Smart Investor…
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Former Artemis Income manager Adrian Gosden joins GAM, which is planning to launch a UK equity income fund for its new…
09.19 / 12:06
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European markets are buoyant as the eurozone economy strengthens. We highlight some exchange-traded funds to tap into the…
09.19 / 09:45
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Shares in supermarkets rise to top of FTSE 100 after 3.6% jump in sales over the…
09.19 / 08:53
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Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including The Gym Group and…
09.19 / 04:04
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Shares of the major banks, including Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, rose more than 1%, helped by rising bond…
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And Ryanair faces €20 million compensation bill after it 'messed up' by cancelling f…
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Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Galliford Try and…
09.15 / 05:26
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq moved lower after a report showed consumer prices rose more than expected in…
09.15 / 03:53
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And Carney surprises markets with suggestion Bank of England could raise interest rates this…
09.15 / 03:53
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Banks throughout the British Virgin Islands will close at mid-day tomorrow (September 5), said the BVI Bank Association. It further stated that the early closure is in light of the ‘anticipated arrival’ of Hurricane Irma. The British Virgin Islands, along…
09.15 / 00:22
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Member of the Virgin Islands Party and former President of the H Lavity Stoutt Community College Dr Karl Dawson said he is still concerned about the issue of conflict of interest in the territory. According to him, the practice is…
09.15 / 00:22
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Michael O’Hara, Managing Director, DataSolutions and David Keating, security specialist, DataSolutions 23% of Irish organisations could be forced to close their businesses if found liable to fines under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation, according to DataSolutions. Conducted in July of this year by TechPro magazine and commissioned by DataSolutions, the survey saw 112 senior... Read more » The post GDPR fines may result in closure of Irish firms,…
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