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Bill Miller. Had he retired in 2006, everyone “would have thought I was a genius”, he said last year. “By 2009, I was like an idiot.” Photograph: Heidi Gutman/Getty Images

One of the most important determinants of investment success is also one of the most underappreciated – luck. The investors who enjoy the cosiest ret(...)

Keith Murphy ended up in a playoff for the last four spots,  progressing with Royal Portrush’s Peter Kerr, Bushfoot’s Owen Crooks and Lahinch’s Thomas Neenan. Photograph:  David Cannon/Getty Images

Few remember who led the qualifiers 12 years ago when Rory McIlroy successfully defended his crown at the European Club. But whatever Galway’s Ronan(...)

The acquisition of Axa Life Europe by Cinven is expected to be completed by the end of this year or early 2019.

Private equity firm Cinven has entered into exclusive talks to acquire Dublin-headquartered insurer Axa Life Europe (ALE) in a €925 million deal. Axa(...)

Dublin’s Ciara Trant. “As much as they look after us, it is up to us to look after our performances.”  Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Even with the balance of power in their favour, no one on the Dublin women’s football team is about to underestimate Mayo. Especially given where Mayo(...)

James Sugrue celebrates victory in last year’s South of Ireland Championship at  Lahinch Golf Club, Co Clare. Photograph: Brian Arthur

Lahinch is no stranger to great feats of derring-do so it’s entirely realistic to believe Mallow’s James Sugrue can become the first player for 55 ye(...)

AIG recently acquired a Bermuda reinsurer, Validus, for $5.6 billion. Photograph: iStock

AIG has purchased a UK life insurance business from Munich Re, the latest deal by the expanding New York-based insurance company. Ellipse, based in L(...)

GDPR “will become another tool for negotiation by extortionists,” according to AIG

After a record number of cybersecurity-related insurance claims in 2017, insurers are bracing themselves for a further surge in incidents this year wi(...)

A number of insurers, including Beazley, Hiscox and XL Group, have outlined plans to establish EU hubs in Ireland to retain access to the EU market following Brexit

Bermuda-based Aspen Insurance Holdings said on Tuesday it plans to set up an Irish subsidiary so that it can continue to service clients in the Europe(...)

Lawyers, accountants and bankers in Ireland are making big returns managing the hundreds of obscure special purpose vehicles. Professional firms here (...)

Dublin camogie chairwoman Jenny Byrne, left, Dublin GAA CEO John Costello,   Declan O’Rourke AIG, Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Association secretary Mary O’Connor, and Dublin county board vice-chairman Mick Seavers.

American insurer AIG has extended its sponsorship of Dublin GAA for another five years in a deal believed to be worth around €4 million. This will e(...)

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