Bill Kyle, chief executive of Irish Life. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Irish Life continued to grow its business in the second quarter of the year, contributing €45 million to its parent company Great-West Lifeco’s profi(...)

Bill Kyle, chief executive of Irish Life, said assets under management at ILIM had exceeded €50bn Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Profits at Irish Life rose sharply in the first quarter of this year, according to results published by its Canadian parent Great-West Lifeco, Irish L(...)

Canada Life, the UK subsidiary of Canadian financial services group Great-West Lifeco, is to acquire Dublin based offshore insurer Legal & General International (LGII) for an undisclosed sum.

Canada Life, the UK subsidiary of Canadian financial services group Great-West Lifeco, is to acquire Dublin based offshore insurer Legal & General(...)

Bill Kyle, chief executive of Irish Life: the launch of a new enhanced annuity is a highlight in the quarter. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill /The Irish Times

Irish Life contributed €57 million to the earnings of its Canadian parent company Great-West Lifeco in the third quarter of this year, the company sa(...)

Canada Life House, Blackrock: extends to 2,500sq m (26,910sq ft)

A private investor has paid €9.5 million for Canada Life House, a landmark office building in Blackrock, Co Dublin, which will show a net initial retu(...)

Irish Life, which is owned by Great-West Lifeco, has posted earnings of €38 million for the second quarter.

Irish Life, which is owned by Great-West Lifeco, has posted earnings of €38 million for the second quarter, up from €34 million in the first quarter o(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: “Of the projected 2014 general Government interest bill of just under €8 billion, my department estimates that circa €1.6 billion relates to rescue operations in the context of the financial crisis.” Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

The annual cost of servicing the debt associated with the financial sector bailout in Ireland in 2008 is estimated at about €1.6 billion, according t(...)

Great-West Lifeco  chief executive and president Paul Mahon: said company never saw its Irish Life deal as a “bet” on Ireland, given that the country was still in a bailout programme with the EU and International Monetary Fund at the time of the acquisition. Photograph: David Sleator

The integration of Canada Life and Irish Life has “gone well” since the two businesses began their merger las(...)

Weddings can be so expensive and if a father (as is the tradition) pays for his daughter’s wedding, is t(...)

With the Dublin office investment market once again running strongly, a private investor is planning to offload Canada Life House at Blackrock,(...)