The tender process has coincided with a further retreat in INM’s global business empire that would have simplified its auditing requirements.

KPMG has been appointed as auditor of Independent News & Media, replacing PricewaterhouseCoopers. The media group said PwC had “stepped dow(...)

Broadcaster Pat Kenny: He spanned both entertainment and current affairs, though he was  more suited to the latter

Pat Kenny was, for many years, the perfect man for RTÉ and theirs was a 41-year-marriage with more ups than downs. He spanned both entertainmen(...)

If you have been listening to the discussions about the future prospects of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, you might have wondered what it mea(...)

Mandla Mandela

The chairman of the South African media consortium buying the local business of Independent News & Media has revealed who the key members of his g(...)

Independent Newspapers on Talbot street. The company has proposed that employees, and former employees who have not yet reached retirement age, would have their pension benefits slashed by 46 per cent as part of an effort to rescue the defined benefit pension fund, which has a deficit of €162 million.

Former employees of Independent News & Media seeking to transfer their pension entitlements out of the scheme are likely to get only 30 per cent o(...)

Independent Newspapers on Talbot street. INM is to put €60 million into its pension scheme over the next 11 years, it has told trustees, while pension scheme members will be given a 5 per cent stake in the company through the pension fund.

Employees of Independent News & Media will see their pension benefits slashed by 46 per cent under proposals put forward by the company.INM is to (...)

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