Kyle Bill

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Irish Life chief executive David Harney. Allianz agreed in February to pay €145 million for Irish Life’s 30.4 per cent stake in Allianz Irish Life Holdings. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irish Life Group, the largest life insurance and pensions provider in the State, made an €85 million profit from the sale earlier this year of its min(...)

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 was acquired from the State by Canada Life owner Great-West Lifeco for €1.3 billion in 2013

Irish Life contributed €37.5 million in profits to its Canadian parent company, Great-West Lifeco, in the first quarter, new figures show. This marks(...)

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(...)

Irish Life chief executive Bill Kyle said the brand choices for the health insurance business included using Irish Life in the name, sticking with the GloHealth brand, or coming up with an entirely new identity. Photograph:  Bryan O’Brien

Irish Life has engaged research group Red C to help it determine a brand for its new health insurance subsidiary, which is set to be formed from the (...)

Bill Kyle, Irish Life’s chief executive said that the new company would provide a “compelling alternative” to the existing players and would become the “health insurer of choice” for Irish consumers.

Irish Life is set to become a major player in the health insurance market here after acquiring Aviva Health and buying out the the 51 per cent of GloH(...)

 Bill Kyle, Chief Executive, Irish Life Group: “One in three Irish adults has some savings with us and we manage 15 per cent of personal assets in Ireland.”

Irish Life contributed €204 million in profit last year to its Canadian parent company, Great-West Lifeco, according to full year results just publish(...)

Irish Life chief executive chief executive Bill Kyle welcomed the upgrade from ratings agency Fitch

Rating agency Fitch has upgraded Ireland’s largest life assurance company Irish Life one notch to ‘AA’ from ‘AA-‘. The move comes at it also affirmed(...)

 Bill Kyle, chief executive, Irish Life group: he said the group  had been successfully integrated with Canada Life following its purchase from the State by Canadian group Great-West Lifeco in 2013 Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish Life expects to create 150 new jobs across its business in Ireland this year as part of a growth strategy built around a recovery in the domest(...)

Irish Life chief executive Bill Kyle said the 150 new roles would result from the continued growth of its defined contribution pensions activities, the expansion of Irish Life Investment Managers and Setanta Asset Management, and growth in its retail business.

Irish Life expects to create 150 new jobs in Ireland next year as part of a five-year growth strategy approved recently by its Canadian parent group (...)

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