Taken today on North King Street, Dublin 1.
Archive for March, 2012
In the opinion of Eurointelligence:
FT Alphaville probably has the best explanation of how the promissory notes deal might work, and how this deal fits:
1) IBRC gets an Irish government bond worth €3.06bn. Pop! There it is.
2) Nama, the bad bank but which is off the government’s books, uses part of its €4.3bn cash hoard […]
In the mid to late 1980s German corporates with international operations often established investment vehicles in the United States as a means of achieving a higher return on corporate liquidity than would have been the case in Germany, where Corporation and other taxes continue to be very high by international standards these corporate were also […]
I started looking again at the IFSC from its origins to today, and something I hadn’t picked up on before is that while I knew that the IFSC was used by Irish companies from the start as a way of avoiding tax - in effect, Ireland became its own off-shore tax haven for international financial […]
At the start of a four-day visit to China by Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Enterprise Ireland chief executive Frank Ryan told members of a trade delegation that Ireland was “going to become a major trading partner with China”.
Richard Barrett, managing director of Treasury Holdings, and also chairman of its Chinese operation, Treasury China Trust, is a […]
It must have something in the morning air, I just kept on seeing everything as metaphor. This is the south quays. The building on the left is home to State Street. The one next to that is apartments. But when I looked over this is what I saw in my head…