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Departing Aviva chief executive Mark Wilson. Goodness knows how much they’d pay him if he were the right man for the job. Photograph: Reuters

Fancy six months off on gardening leave – and a pay and bonus package worth up to £6.5 million (€7.4 million) to go with it? That’s the reward insura(...)

Move means Irish customers will no longer qualify for the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme and their protection “may reduce”

UK insurer Aviva is not taking any risks that it won’t be able to insure Irish customers once the UK leaves the European Union next March by switching(...)

Cancelling the shares would have saved Aviva about £38 million (€43.4 million) a year in coupon payments. Photograph:  Andy Rain/EPA

Britain’s markets watchdog will review Aviva’s treatment of its preference shareholders to see if any of them lost money following the insurer’s decis(...)

Aviva managers across 15 countries have been asked to find deals as the group looks to spend excess capital.

UK-based insurance giant Aviva’s chief executive, Mark Wilson, has told managers in the 15 countries in which it operates to bring him deals as the gr(...)

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill and Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt at the announcement that Aviva Ireland is extending its naming rights of the Aviva Stadium until 2015. O’Neill will sign a new contract  ahead of the Nations League draw on Wednesday, said FAI chief John Delaney. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Martin O’Neill needed some time to consider his position as Republic of Ireland manager in the wake of his team’s hefty play-off defeat by Denmark, sa(...)

RFU chief executive Philip Browne (left) with Martin Murphy (stadium director) and FAI chief executive John Delaney at the Aviva Stadium yesterday, where the naming rights were extended for a further five years. Photograph: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

The IRFU chief executive, Philip Browne, has admitted that the union approved Munster’s signing of Gerbrandt Grobler last July in the full knowledge t(...)

Friends First, which traces its roots in Ireland back to 1834, came under the total control of Achema, formerly known as Eureko, 15 years ago.

Dutch financial group Achmea is poised to extract €220 million from its move to sell Friends First, the Irish life assurance, pensions and investment (...)

Profits are up at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre - good news for owners Crownway Entertainment and its shareholders, John and Bernadette Gallagher.

After a weekend of guesswork on the budget that told us very little more than was already widely known, it’s back to the corproate scene today before (...)

More than a quarter of Irish parents are saving for their children’s education. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Three out of four Irish parents think student loans could be a great idea according to a new survey, which also unsurprisingly reveals that parents ap(...)

Six out of 10 respondents said the fear of future uncertainty had made them “more likely” to save – though they  were not necessarily likely to save greater amounts

Young men living in Dublin have benefited most from the economic recovery, with older women living in Connacht/Ulster faring the worst, a new survey f(...)

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