Standard Life said investment bonds sales increased by 11 per cent to €155 million, as costumers continued to move long-term money into investments in reaction to near zero deposit rates

Funds under management at Standard Life Ireland €874 million to €7.7 billion in the first nine months of the year, as the Scottish life assurer benefi(...)

Most of us won’t be sitting pretty when we retire, according to a new survey that shows employees aren’t saving enough

A new study shows that Irish people aren’t saving nearly enough towards their retirement and may be in for a nasty surprise when they stop working.The(...)

Personal pension sales at Standard Life increased by 59 per cent in the six months to June 30th, boosting the life assurer’s assets under management.

Funds under management at Standard Life Ireland grew by 8.8 per cent to €7.4 billion in the six months to June 30th, as the Scottish life assurer bene(...)

Insurer Standard Life has reported a strong start to the year in Ireland with first quarter sales up 40 per cent to €318 million.The company, which ma(...)

Tax hikes are coming, for investors and savers alike, with deposit interest retention tax (Dirt) set to rise in January. But as the new year rapidly a(...)

If you had invested in a savings of bonds scheme in 1983, would it still be keeping its head above water? Illustration: Getty Images

A survey published earlier this month by Bank of Ireland Life found that 95 per cent of people aged between 30 and 45 are looking forward to spending (...)