Brendan Nevin

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AA Ireland’s  operating profit increased by 15 per cent to €15.1 million at the end of 2017.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Strong growth in the sale of insurance policies helped the AA accelerate its revenues and profits last year. Latest accounts for AA Ireland Ltd show (...)

According to AA estimates, the average motorist is still paying an extra 25.3 per cent for insurance than they were in November 2015. Photograph: PA

More than €100 could be immediately knocked off the average cost of a motor insurance policy in the Republic if relatively straightforward measures ai(...)

AA said it will offer two-, three- and five-year fixed-rate mortgages and a best-buy four-year fixed-rate product. Photograph: AA/PA Wire

Bank of Ireland has linked up with the AA in the UK to allow the breakdown recovery firm to push into the mortgage market by offering a range of produ(...)

AA Ireland blamed an increased in administrative costs for the dip in its profit.

Profits at motor repair and insurance specialist AA Ireland fell 8.8 per cent to €10.3 million in the 12 months ended January 31st, the latest figure(...)

AA is to sell its Irish operation  to Carlyle Group for €156.6 million

The competition regulator has given the green light to US investor Carlyle Group’s proposed €157 million takeover of motoring services specialist AA I(...)

AA Ireland posted £13m (€16.8m) of operating profit in the year to the end of January on revenue of £38m

Roadside assistance and insurance provider AA plc confirmed on Tuesday that it is in talks to sell its Irish business. In a statement released Tues(...)

Under the Book of Quantum, judges are given specific guidelines on how much money to pay out for injuries to different areas of the body - for example, a broken leg or a broken arm. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

There is an urgent need for statutory compensation guidelines for judges in insurance cases, according to the CEO of AA Ireland, Brendan Nevin. In o(...)