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On the wider issues facing the motor insurance market here, chief executive Mark Wilson said Ireland had been “living in dreamland”. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

British insurer Aviva is planning to change its legal structure in Ireland to once again become a full-fledged subsidiary of its UK parent, its global(...)

Aviva Ireland has appointed John Quinlan as its new chief executive to replace Hugh Hessing, who is returning to the UK operation.

Aviva Ireland has appointed John Quinlan as its new chief executive to replace Hugh Hessing, who is returning to the UK to take up a role with Aviva’s(...)

Brian Hayes MEP: “the shocking truth is that more than half of all Irish workers have no pension cover”

An all-party national pensions policy is urgently needed to ensure workers have sufficient income when they retire, according to Fine Gael MEP Brian H(...)

Aviva Health had gross premiums of €331 million for the year, up slightly on the €330 million in the preceding year

Aviva Health, which was recently acquired by Irish Life, reported a 44 per cent rise in pre-tax profits last year. Newly-filed accounts show Aviva Hea(...)

Friends Provident was originally a mutual insurance business

I have 200 shares in Friends Provident that were granted some years ago to persons holding life policies with them. I did receive annual dividend cheq(...)

Martin Sorrell: said he had spent more than three decades building WPP from a £1m company into one capitalised at £21bn

Martin Sorrell, the septuagenarian boss of advertising giant WPP, doesn’t like the word “pay”. Instead, it seems, he prefers the term “reward” to desc(...)

Aviva Insurance chief executive Mark Wilson: Salary  more than doubled his pay packet to £5.7 million

Aviva’s chief executive Mark Wilson’s take-home pay more than doubled to £5.67 million last year, after the purchase of rival Friends Life, the Britis(...)

John Delaney said the compensation was agreed on the basis of Fifa’s “real concerns” over the strength of the FAI’s legal claim. Photograph: Inpho

FAI chief executive John Delaney has given a new account of why the organisation received a payment of €5 million from Fifa in the wake of Ireland’s c(...)

  According to media reports  Brady W. Dougan, CEO of Swiss Bank Credit Suisse (pictured), will be replaced as CEO of Credit Suisse by Tidjane Thiam of insurance company Prudential. (Photograph: WALTER BIERI/EPA)

Prudential’s Tidjane Thiam is to replace Brady Dougan as chief executive officer of Credit Suisse as the bank grapples with regulations that have pr(...)

Takeover of Friends Life Group by Aviva would be the biggest takeover in the UK insurance industry in 15 years and create a company with 16 million customers. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Aviva plc, Britain’s second biggest insurer by market value, fell the most since July in London trading after saying it was in talks to buy Friends Li(...)

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