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# Asset Management

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# Financial Results
Losses down but still no profitability at Permanent TSB
The bank says the next step is to exit state ownership.
Take that Luxembourg. Ireland now 'European domicile of choice' for investment funds...
A new survey places the country far ahead of its nearest rivals, meaning Ireland is well placed to attract a growing share of jobs and investment from the global funds industry
# Bankers
21 bankers in Ireland earned more than €1 million in 2011
Another EU state had 2,436 individuals earning over €1 million in the same year.
# bloxham
Bloxham clients unlikely to be compensated for firm's losses
The Central Bank and the company’s administrator say that while clients can seek compensation, they probably won’t get it.
# Irregularities
Central Bank to investigate Bloxham for financial irregularities
The central Bank has ordered Bloxham, one of the most well-known stockbroking firms in the country, to cease trading.
# Referendum
"It's a lie on so many levels" - Ganley denies conflict of interest over fund
The Libertas founder has denied claims from a Fine Gael TD that there is a conflict of interest over his establishment of a Swiss asset management company and his advocating a No vote.
# Debt Collection
NAMA architect fears agency's pursuit of debts is "not sufficient"
Peter Bacon, who is credited with coming up with the idea for NAMA, says the agency’s debt pursuits are too narrow-minded.
# St Columbanus
Ganley and Gurdgiev launch new Swiss asset management company
St Columbanus AG will manage clients’ investments in a cautious, conservative and transparent manner, its founders say.
# Bank of Ireland
Bank of Ireland confirms €57m sale of Asset Management division