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 Pictured (l-r) at the “When Women Thrive, Businesses Thrive” event organised by Mercer are; Martine Ferland, retirement leader for EuroPac at Mercer; Bríd Horan, of the 30% Club; and Mairéad O’Mahony, defined contribution leader at Mercer, Ireland. Photograph:  Conor McCabe Photography.

(...) research carried out in Ireland, showing that men, on average, can expect to build a pension pot that is 60(...)

(...) hands up and say that we unfailingly peruse this information rather than leaving our annual pension(...)

View inside Dublin City University (DCU). New figures show Irish universities pay 22 staff pensions in excess of €200,000. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

New figures show 22 staff at Irish universities have enjoyed lump sum pension payoffs in excess of(...)

The Irish Times said it had decided to wind down and close the existing defined benefit scheme and replace it with a defined contribution model.

(...) pension scheme.The company said it had decided to wind down and close the existing defined benefit scheme(...)

 Rachael Ingle, chairperson Irish Association of Pension Funds: expressed wariness over the Government’s commitment to end the private sector pension levy as planned at the end of next year. Photograph: Alan Betson

Trust in the Irish pension system is at an all-time low, the head of the industry lobby said(...)

BT Group has added longevity coverage for its £40 billion pension fund in case its members live(...)

Golden years: many Irish employees still think of pensions as providing a set percentage of their salary in retirement – the classic two-thirds of salary pension for those with 40 years service - but  this scenario is increasingly irrelevant

The average member of a defined contribution scheme with Ireland’s largest pension fund provider is(...)

Pension trustees claim Coillte owes €23 million under previous obligations.

A hearing date has been fixed next month for an action over a €23 million deficit in the pension(...)

Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton and Pensions Ombudsman Paul Kenny at the launch of the ombudsman’s annual report in Dublin today. Photograph: Johnny Bambury/MQ Photo

Public service pension schemes are the source of an “unacceptably high proportion” of all(...)

Robert Kapito, BlackRock’s president, told investors: “We intend to put a lot of effort into putting together more retirement products to capitalise on this  market.” Photograph: Bloomberg

(...) insurers after concluding that the government’s pension reforms could lead to the collapse of the annuities(...)

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