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Motor in insurers AIG, Allianz, Axa, Aviva, FBD and broker AA Ireland have agreed with State regulators to improve their compliance with competition rules following an investigation.

Leading motor insurers have agreed with the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) to boost compliance with competition law following (...)

The insurers have made legally binding commitments to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission to reform their compliance practices. Photograph: iStock

Drivers could benefit from lower motor insurance costs following an investigation by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC). Motor(...)

The agreement with the insurance companies follows an investigation by the regulator, which suspected that insurers were ‘signalling’ price information to other players in 2015 and 2016. Photograph: iStock

Competition regulators hope to get new powers this year after securing agreement from leading motor insurers that they will comply with price-fixing l(...)

The  lockdown in Ireland earlier this year took a toll on Hammerson’s operation here. Photograph: Tom Honan

Dundrum Town Centre co-owner, Hammerson, complained to its investors this week about a recent move by the UK government to extend until 2022 a morator(...)

Allianz posted a better-than-expected 46 per cent jump in second-quarter net profit. Photograph: Thomas Kienzle/AP Photo

Oliver Baete, chief executive of Germany’s Allianz, on Friday spoke of a “horrible week” for him and the insurer, his first response to a disclosure t(...)

It was a good day for airlines and many travel stocks as the British government eased quarantine regulations  on visitors from the US and most EU states. Photograph:  Steve Parsons/PA Wire

European markets began August on a high as strong earnings reports and a rash of mergers and acquisitions helped push stocks to six straight months o(...)

European stocks scaled fresh peaks on Monday, driven by dealmaking activity and strong results. Photograph: Hannelore Foerster/Bloomberg

European stocks scaled fresh peaks on Monday, driven by dealmaking activity and strong results from Europe’s biggest bank HSBC, with a rebound in Asi(...)

Hammerson part owns Dundrum Town Centre. Photograph :Matt Kavanagh

Property giant Hammerson said on Thursday it would stop granting future rent concessions to tenants, as business activity picks up with further easing(...)

Reflation trade may be dormant, not dead. Photograph: iStock

Last week was a troubled one for global markets. Stocks went south amid talk of Covid-19 variants, a global growth scare and plunging bond yields. Th(...)

A doona day is time off for wellbeing or mental health that doesn’t require prior notice. Photograph: iStock

Mark Johnson first encountered the concept of an unscheduled, company-approved day off for wellbeing when he lived in London more than 10 years ago. K(...)

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