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Aviva Life and Pensions Ireland has named Dave Elliot as its new boss following the decision of chief executive Tom Browne to retire at the end of Jul(...)

Nick Amin will take over the leadership of Aviva Ireland’s general insurance business up to the beginning of summer 2020, a spokeswoman for the insurer said. Photograph: iStock

Aviva Ireland’s general insurance chief executive John Quinlan is “on leave” from his role and a senior executive from the insurer’s UK parent has bee(...)

Insurance companies have claimed the cost of premiums is due to the increased cost of claims and fraud. Photograph: iStock

Two insurance companies recorded earnings roughly double their targets last year but have denied the figures amount to “super profits” following criti(...)

Aviva’s life business was boosted by the 2018 takeover of Friends First. Photograph: Reuters

Profit at Aviva Ireland rose 7 per cent to €61 million, driven by growth in the company’s life business as a result of the purchase of Friends First i(...)

Aviva’s operating profits increased by 4 per cent to €63 million. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Aviva Ireland’s operating profits rose by 15 per cent last year to €113 million, driven by its life business following the purchase of Friends First i(...)

Staff enter the Aviva Offices on Hatch Street in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Profit at Aviva Ireland rose 11 per cent in the first half of the year as the company continued to grow its business. Operating profit at the compan(...)

Aviva chief executive Mark Wilson at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The insurance group has extended until 2025 its contract for the venue’s naming rights. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

After less than a year as Aviva chief executive, Mark Wilson found himself, in late 2013, coming around to the idea that the UK insurance giant’s then(...)

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(...)

Although Aviva’s €40 million-plus deal in 2009 to secure the naming rights to the Lansdowne Road stadium seemed ill-judged at the height of the insurer’s woes in Ireland, the unit has good reason now to trigger an option by the end of 2018 to extend the deal by a further five years. Photograph: James Crombie /Inpho

Aviva Ireland, under the helm of its seventh chief executive in a decade, killed off any lingering doubts about its commitment to Ireland this week by(...)

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 (...)

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