Financial services group IFG is in the process of rationalising its operations. In addition to the sale of its UK IFA business, last month it  announced that it would sell its Irish pension administration and advisory businesses to Willis Ireland for a maximum cash consideration of £10.8 million (€ 13.5 million).

Financial services group IFG has completed the sale of its UK traditional IFA business , IFG Financial Services, to Ascot Lloyd Financial Services. To(...)

Willis Ireland chief executive Brian Curtis   and IFG group director Gary Owens. IFG has agreed to sell its Irish pension administration and advisory businesses to Willis Ireland.

PAMELA NEWENHAMFinancial services group IFG has agreed to sell its Irish pension administration and advisory businesses to Willis Ireland for a maximu(...)

Financial services group IFG said it had a good start to the year, with trading in line with expectations as momentum in new business was maintaine(...)

IFG’s departing chief executive Mark Bourke: “In 2013, the group delivered a solid financial performance, increased revenues and expanded its client and asset base.”   Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/THE IRISH TIMES

Ciarán Hancock and Eoin Burke-Kennedy Shares in Dublin-based financial services group IFG fell by just over 1 per cent in Dublin yesterda(...)

AIB Headquarters in Ballsbridge Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

It has been a tale of two banks and their chief executives this week, with AIB and Bank of Ireland both releasing their 2013 annual results. (...)

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IFG chief executive Mark Bourke. The financial services group said its Irish business is delivering “steady performance” despite difficult trading conditions.  Photo: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Financial services group IFG said its Irish business is delivering “steady performance” despite difficult trading conditions, with the corporate pensi(...)

“In the private sector and commercial State companies, pension promises have not been fulfilled, with most defined benefit pension funds now in serious deficit,” said Fionán O’Sullivan, director of corporate pensions with IFG.

Employers and unions joined with the pensions industry yesterday to issue an “unprecedented” collective call for action from the Government to address(...)

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Mark Bourke Chief Executive IFG Group Plc . Photo: Brenda Fitzsimons

Aine McMahon Financial services group IFG said they are delivering “solid financial performance” despite challenging market conditions. R(...)