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Simon Boucher, chief executive of the Irish Management Institute,  and Declan O’Rourke, general manager of AIG. The conference takes place on September 28th at the IMI campus in Sandyford. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

American insurer AIG will sponsor the Irish Management Institute’s national conference this year, which will be held at its campus in Sandyford on Sep(...)

‘Car-hire companies operate like low-fare airlines, with top-line prices looking good with bottom lines enhanced through the sale of last minute add-ons to people who are frequently stressed-out, confused and tired after long flights.’ Photograph: Getty Images

The cost of hiring a car on holidays can quickly spiral out of control, but companies close to home have started responding to price gouging overseas (...)

The Central Bank has approved Lloyd’s of London insurer Beazley’s request to set a set up a European hub in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Lloyd’s of London insurer Beazley has secured approval from the Central Bank to set up a European hub in Dublin, giving it continued access to the Eur(...)

Equitable life, which has around 200 staff, would only employ a small number of staff in Dublin according to its chief executive. (Photograph: iStock)

British insurer Equitable Life is considering setting up a European Union subsidiary in Dublin in order to continue serving Irish and German customers(...)

Former minister of state for European affairs Lucinda Creighton said Brexit had begun to dominate her consultancy work. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ed Brophy, who served as chief of staff to Joan Burton when she was Tánaiste in the last government, didn’t have much time to get his feet under the t(...)

As Dublin vies with Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Paris to woobankers, insurers and fund managers from London as the UK prepares to exit the European Union, Ireland is widening its pitch to “Brexit Plus”. (Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES)

As Dublin vies with Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Paris to woo bankers, insurers and fund managers from London as the UK prepares to exit the European Uni(...)

Faced with the complexities of Brexit’s impact, firm business planning is impossible. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s victories or defeats in the race to win banks and insurers fleeing London in search of bases in the European Union has been almost the sole (...)

Central Bank has given approval to Chaucer to set up a Dublin subsidiary. Photograph:  Matt Kavanagh

Lloyd’s of London insurer Chaucer has secured approval from the Central Bank to set up a Dublin subsidiary as the company seeks to protect its access (...)

Lloyds of London won’t be moving to Dublin, having chosen Brussels as its post-EU base.

On Wednesday morning the Lions ran out to play at the QBE stadium in Auckland. Australian insurer QBE, one of the world’s top 20 general insurers, has(...)

Lloyds building in London. Lloyds will set up its EU base in Brussels

An influx of financial investment into Ireland has been seen as one of the key positives of Brexit, offsetting at least some of the downside risk for (...)

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