Bernard Walsh

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Covid-19 restrictions cut opportunities to spend money on services such as hospitality, holidays, non-essential retail and beauty treatments.

Bank of Ireland is looking to add focus to its investment offering as it targets “accidental savers” who may be looking for a more lucrative alternati(...)

It is important to decide on your goals when reviewing your financial plan. Photograph: Getty Images

“Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen, nineteen and six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty (...)

More than three quarters of claimants for life insurance at BOI were over the age of 60.

Bank of Ireland paid out more than €123 million in life insurance cover last year, with the youngest claimant of life assurance just 25 years of age. (...)

Walsh Whiskey founders Bernard and Rosemary Walsh

Co Carlow-based Walsh Whiskey has announced it is to split the business after a dispute with part-owner Illva Saronna about its future. Illva Saronno(...)

Nora Dodd, patient at  Mercer’s Institute for Successful Ageing  at St James’s Hospital, Dublin with clinical nurse managers Joan Garcia and Ray Donnelly. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

How long do you want to live? How do you want to live those years? And which is more important, a long life or a healthy life? Or could we possibly en(...)

Bernard and Rosemary Walsh, founders of Walsh Whiskey Distillery. Photograph: Shane O’Neill /  Fennell Photography

Irish whiskey has been going through a resurgence in recent years and while its sales may still be minimal when compared to Scotch or bourbon, it has (...)

The  Vision for Irish Whiskey strategy says Irish whiskey is no longer about playing to the stereotypes of the “fighting Irish” or about spicing up an Irish coffee.  File photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

A bid to kickstart a second golden age of Irish whiskey will be launched by the industry on Tuesday when it publishes an ambitious plan for the sector(...)

Bernard Walsh, head of pensions and investments at Bank of Ireland: “Over €26 million was paid out to customers for serious illness claims last year.”

Bank of Ireland Life paid out more than €102.5 million in life, serious illness and protection claims last year, an increase of 10 per cent on 2012(...)

Irish whiskey’s renaissance has matured to the point where multinationals and domestic players have committed to spending almost €400 million on build(...)