Three in four new mortgage applicants with Bank of Ireland opted for fixed-rate loans.

It’s not just a mortgage most people come out with when they buy a home with Bank of Ireland. The bank has also shown itself to be a dab hand at “upse(...)

Under Aviva’s Overseas Treatment Plan plan, Aviva will pay €30,000 per day for the first seven days of treatment in the US.

While Irish Life may be the first insurance company in the Irish market to offer specified illness cover from birth, a delayed or deferred start to co(...)

New Ireland provides life assurance, pension and investment solutions to individual and corporate customers. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Bank of Ireland has announced a number of senior management appointments at its New Ireland Assurance subsidiary. Tony O’Riordan has been appointed (...)

The Central Bank fined New Ireland Assurance €650,000 over the breaches

New Ireland Assurance has been fined €650,000 and reprimanded for two breaches of the Consumer Protection Code. The Central Bank said the Bank of Ire(...)

The overall accommodation is to be brought up to a Grade A standard.

New Ireland Assurance Company is to embark on a comprehensive refurbishment of 24 St Stephen’s Green, the former Lisney head office near the Shelbourn(...)

1916 centenary commemorations: Capt Peter Kelleher of the 27th Infantry Battalion of the Irish Defence Forces  prepares to read the Proclamation of the Irish Republic at the GPO, O’Connell Street, Easter Sunday, 2016. File photograph: Maxwells

An original copy of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic thought to have hung in the GPO during Easter week 1916 has sold at auction for €150,000. (...)

Bank of Ireland, owner of New Ireland Assurance: BoI said Sean Casey made a “very significant contribution to the ongoing success of New Ireland”. Photograph: Andy Zakeli/PA

Sean Casey, the managing director of Bank of Ireland-owned New Ireland Assurance, is stepping down from his position. Staff at the life assurance and (...)

Clare Dooley (43), of Hillcrest, Julianstown, Co Meath, at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, where she received a suspended sentence, Monday, December 7th,  2015. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Meath insurance broker who carried out a €109,000 life insurance fraud has been ordered to perform 240 hours of unpaid work in the community in addi(...)

 Grafton Street. Photograph: David Sleator

Some 54 per cent of the buildings on both of Dublin’s prime retail streets are owned by property funds which equates to 64 per cent of the retail spac(...)

Nassau House has a floor area of about 9,290sq m (100,000sq ft), of which a third is divided between nine street-level shops, including Spar, Insomnia, Tiger, House of Ireland and Lemon Crepe. Photograph: Eric Luke

A key retail enclave in Dublin’s south inner city looks set to be targeted for redevelopment following its sale to a European real-estate investment (...)

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