Just like in the Netflix blockbuster Stranger Things, we have entered ‘The Upside Down’ through a portal to a dysfunctional money system, one that has implications across all our lives, suggests Eddie Hobbs.
A hefty cut to directors’ pay contributed to pre-tax profits at the financial services firm co-owned by Eddie Hobbs increasing by more from than 11-fold to €73,425 last year.
No one knows if we are facing into another recession but but if you haven’t looked at the positioning of your own financial products, now is probably a good time to do so, suggests economist Eddie Hobbs.
A recent report by Denise Braily, the President of Australian BFCSA (Banking & Finance Consumers Support Association), to a Royal Commission on banking provided a worrying picture of banking in Australia.
Be warned. The robot wars in financial services has started, writes Eddie Hobbs.
There are no guides on how to cope with a sudden windfall that’s nearly five thousand times the average wage, writes Eddie Hobbs.
So that’s Monday nearly wrapped up. Here are some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
The financial services firm co-owned by financial guru, Eddie Hobbs returned to profit last year in spite of a dip in revenues.
Over 12 years ago, the Irish economy was booming and only a few were warning about the bust that was on its way. Kyran Fitzgerald scans the headlines of the day to assess the nation’s mood.
Financial adviser and television personality Eddie Hobbs has said he is “deeply saddened” for investors who lost almost €13m in a firm he fronted, writes Pádraig Hoare.
A liquidator has been appointed to an investment fund fronted by Eddie Hobbs.
High director pay levels denied celebrity consumer advocate, Eddie Hobbs’ financial advisory firm a return to profit last year.
Luring expats home with tax savings is as "aerodynamic as a brick", according to well-known financial advisor Eddie Hobbs.
Financial guru Eddie Hobbs is reported to have quit Renua, the party that failed to secure a single seat in the last general election.
One-upmanship has defined wealth creation and its distribution in this country. It’s time the State, the super-rich, and public sector elites paid for a fairer Ireland, writes Eddie Hobbs
New figures show consumer advocate and Renua Ireland president Eddie Hobbs and his wife, Mary have paid themselves over €1.2m over the past two years from their financial services firm.
The property investment firm established by celebrity consumer advocate Eddie Hobbs to much fanfare in 2007, plunged into the red in 2013 to record losses of €2.1m.
Eddie Hobbs has stepped down as director of his firm, Brendan Investments.
Renua co-founder gets new party off to a controversial start
What's in a name? Everyone is hung up on the naming of Lucinda Creighton's new party, writes Caroline O’Doherty
Renua is dominated by former minister Lucinda Creighton, though she says the party is bigger than just one person.
Renua Ireland’s policies are as notable for what’s missing as what’s included as the party’s 42-page policy summary has little on many of the major issues providing headaches for the current Government.
Rebel ex-Fine Gael minister Lucinda Creighton is to finally launch her much- vaunted party today.
The cashpile at the financial advisory business owned by celebrity finance guru Eddie Hobbs last year jumped to over €300,000, new figures show.
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