The company, which had an average of 80 employees last year, posted a total comprehensive loss last year of €32.9m.

Dublin-based Axa Life Europe swung into a loss last year, after a long-agreed $1.4 billion (€1.2 billion) sale of the business to London private equit(...)

Phoenix now has £1.4 billion (€1.65 billion) which could be available for deals, the company said. Photograph: IStock

London-listed insurance group Phoenix Group could use its Standard Life International operation in the Republic to expand in Europe, after deciding no(...)

Apple’s Irish operation in Cork. The US device maker is once again Ireland’s largest company.

What a year. A year when Covid-19 pushed Brexit and the housing agenda off the front pages, as the wellbeing of the country took precedence. A year wh(...)

Nigel Dunne, chief executive of Standard Life International, with then-chief executive David Nish in 2011. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Irish Life’s Canadian parent, Great-West Lifeco, is one of two bidders vying to take over Dublin-based Standard Life International and Ark Life, accor(...)

Standard Life International chief executive Nigel Dunne.

A Scottish court has approved the transfer of almost €19 billion in assets to Standard Life’s Dublin office to ensure continuity of service for Irish (...)