David Harney

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Irish Life is the third-ranked player in the health insurance sector. File photograph: Getty Images

Irish Life’s new health insurance business made a loss of eight million Canadian dollars (€5.7 million) in its first five months of operation, accordi(...)

David Harney, chief executive at Irish Life, on the balcony at his office on Abbey Street in Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

In 2008, David Harney took over as head of Irish Life’s corporate business, which was then riding the crest of the wave. Within 12 months, new sales (...)

Irish Life reported significant market share gains in its corporate business division, driven primarily by the winning of a number of very large  pension schemes

Irish Life contributed €36 million to the profits of its Canadian parent company Great-West Lifeco in the third quarter of this year. This represented(...)

Irish Life chief executive David Harney: “Our main focus during the quarter was on progressing the transactions to acquire Aviva Health and assume control of GloHealth,” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish Life has suspended withdrawals from a €120 million UK property fund that it manages following “sustained outflows” in the weeks after the Brexit(...)

Chief executive of the Irish Life Group, David Harney: “Through the acquisition of these two very strong existing businesses...we will create a significant new force in the Irish health insurance market.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish Life Health has become the latest brand to enter the Republic’s health insurance market after Irish Life Group completed the necessary transacti(...)

David Harney, managing director of Irish Life corporate business is to take over as chief executive.

Irish Life has announced that David Harney, the managing director of its corporate business, will take over as chief executive from June 30th, succeed(...)

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Although some 60 per cent of us are glad to have a job, few of us are thinking ahead with less than half of Irish adults having a pension in place

We may give out about our bosses and all wish for better pay but almost half the people employed in Ireland claim to be working at something they love(...)

Employers need to do more to assist staff in saving for retirement, according to a new study published on Friday.The ‘Retirement Readiness’ report fro(...)

Carlow manager John Meyler: his side inflicted more misery on a struggling Westmeath with a 2-21 to 0-13 win at Dr Cullen Park. Photograph: Inpho

Kerry will meet Carlow in the Allianz Hurling League Division Two A final, with the winners to play the losers of the Antrim-Offaly relegation (...)

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