Irish Life generated strong results, contributing Euro €57 million (CAD$82 million) to Lifeco’s earnings in the third quarter. This represented a 50% increase, up from Euro €38 million (CAD$57 million) in the previous quarter.
Whilst there were relatively few announcements in the Minister’s Budget speech that directly impact on pensions, there was some good news for pension savers around the future of the Pensions Levy, whilst other pension thresholds remained unchanged.
Enhanced annuities recognise that not all pension customers have the same medical history or expected lifespan and offer better value to customers who have experienced poor health.
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We are delighted to launch our new ‘Options at Retirement’ tool. Retirement is a key milestone in people’s lives and understanding options at retirement can be difficult for everyone.So we’ve designed an interactive 'Options at Retirement' tool, hosted in the Retirement Centre, to try to help people better understand their retirement options.
Great-West Lifeco Inc. (Lifeco) has announced its second quarter results for the three months ended 30 June 2014.
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We’re delighted to release the new Android version of My Pension App.
The app is now available in the Google Play Store.
Irish Life Investment Managers (ILIM) was named Equities Manager of the Year and Passive Manager of the Year at this year's European Pension Awards. ILIM was the only Irish investment company to be recognised in this year’s awards and the only manager to win two awards in 2014.
We are delighted to share with you our first Defined Contribution (DC) Retirement Readiness Report. DC schemes are now the company pension plans of choice for most companies looking to help their employees secure income for their retirement. As the market leading provider of occupational Defined Contribution schemes in Ireland, we at Irish Life are well placed to provide an insight into how Defined Contribution schemes around Ireland are operating. Having analysed the company DC schemes that we administer, covering almost 1,400 schemes and approximately 38,000 members, we examined the main factors affecting outcomes at retirement for members of DC schemes.