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Residential investment sales in the capital  amounted to €930 million last year,  up 185 per cent on 2017. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The build-to-rent sector is the most vibrant part of the Irish investment market and has considerable potential for “sustained growth” over the next f(...)

The Axa insurance company building in Lisbon, Portugal.

French insurer Axa’s recently acquired XL business plans to boost its headcount in Dublin from 60 to 75 this year as it moves some activities based in(...)

The Data Protection Commission says motorists using dash cams have responsibilities as data controllers. Photograph: iStockPhoto

Motorists installing dash cams in their cars to avail of discounts from their insurance companies should be aware of the legal responsibilities they a(...)

AXA also lifted its expected synergies from the XL acquisition to €500 million from €400 million, and raised its dividend payout range to between 50-60 percent from 45-55 per cent.

AXA, Europe’s second-biggest insurer, expects its profitability to improve in the next two years thanks to US business brought in by its new XL arm, (...)

Norman Carroll and Philip Naughton of Exaxe

Exaxe, an Irish company that provides cloud-based insurance technology solutions, has been acquired by US-based Majesco in a deal valued at up to €11.(...)

Dashcam: There are potential legal issues around the use of technology capable of capturing people and vehicles in public spaces.

Insurance company Axa’s plan to offer a 10 per cent discount to motoring customers who install a dashboard camera, with a view to using the footage to(...)

 “Dashcams offer a great way for drivers to get extra peace of mind when they are on the road and can be helpful resolve issues when liability is disputed,”  said Antoinette McDonald, customer experience director at AXA

Motor insurer Axa Ireland is offering motorists a 10 per cent discount if they fit dash cams to their cars. The company has teamed up with camera comp(...)

The acquisition of 274 units and a four acre development site at the Grange in Sandyford has been completed.

Hundreds of residential housing units are to come on the market in south Dublin following the acquisition of a €161 million site from Nama by a joint (...)

XL Group first said 13 months ago that it planned to transfer its main European insurance company to Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) has given authorisation in principle to XL Insurance Company moving from the UK to Ireland so that it can continue t(...)

City Block 3 includes office and private rental accommodation.

Property investment firm Kennedy Wilson has acquired a 50 per cent share in a mixed-use development site in Dublin’s North Docks. The total price fo(...)

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