Paul McNamara (left), chief executive, and John Gallagher, chairman, at the IFG Group annual general meeting in Ballsbridge, Dublin on Tuesday. The group said it is targeting “meaningful profitability” in 2015. (Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times)

Pensions and financial advice specialist IFG said on Tuesday that both revenues and profits advanced in the first three months of its financial year (...)

Profit from continuing operations at IFG fell to £4.6 million from £5 million a year earlier Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Pretax profit fell at IFG last year, but the company strengthened its balance sheet as it focused on the UK wealth platform and high-net-worth advice (...)

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(...)

Should Ard Scoil Rís win the title for the first time today they will become the first school since Rockwell in 1930 to win the Dr Harty Cup (s(...)

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