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John O’Dwyer, chief executive of VHI, is to step down.

Health insurer VHI is on the hunt for a new chief executive after current head John O’Dwyer said he would step down next year. Mr O’Dwyer has led th(...)

Royal Hibernian Way occupies a prominent position on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre.

Aviva will be hoping to capitalise on the continuing international appetite for prime Dublin office investments with the launch of Royal Hibernian Way(...)

Fineos said it expects the acquisition to bolster its position in the North American market

Irish-founded insurance software company Fineos has acquired San Francisco-based Limelight Health in a €63.6 million deal, and announced a €55 million(...)

A spokeswoman for Aviva said that John Quinlan remained the chief executive of the Irish general insurance unit, but declined to comment further.

Aviva Ireland’s general insurance chief executive John Quinlan, who has been on leave for almost eight months, has launched legal proceedings against (...)

Aviva in Ireland was reorganised last September to align itself with the structures of the wider Aviva group in the UK.

Declan O’Rourke, general manager of US insurance giant AIG’s Irish business, has handed in his notice after 27 years with the group and is being lined(...)

Supervalu’s store at the Pavilions both contributes to and benefits from the scheme’s 12 million annual footfall

The proven resilience of the Irish grocery sector in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to see strong interest from both domestic and inter(...)

Are ethical investing considerations a luxury in the current environment?

It had looked like 2020 would be a big year for the ESG (environment, social, governance) industry. Now the sole topic of conversation among investor(...)

Aviva Life and Pensions Ireland has named Dave Elliot as its new boss following the decision of chief executive Tom Browne to retire at the end of Jul(...)

On Tuesday, Mr Justice Charles Meenan ruled Mr Buttimer’s reply to the Statute of Limitations claim has only been dealt with by him in a general way.

A man whose €250,000 investment in a property fund was hit by the economic crash of 2007/08 has sued Bank of Scotland (BoS) and Friends First Life Ass(...)

Aviva moved to stop investors in the funds withdrawing money for up to six months at the end of January after dealing with a sharp rise  in people looking to take their money out of the portfolios

Rent collection in Aviva’s Irish commercial property funds, which are heavily invested in retail buildings, has been running at as low as 60 per cent (...)

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