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Posted on September 20, 2016

We are delighted to be shortlisted for the Irish Pensions Awards 2016 in three categories:

  • Innovation Award
  • Pension Scheme Administrator of the Year
  • Communication Award

The award ceremony will take place on 24 November 2016.

Posted on September 19, 2016
On this week's podcast: Nama is in the news again as the Comptroller and Auditor General's report on the agency's sale of a portfolio of properties in Northern Ireland.
Then tech reporter Ciara O'Brien outlines the pros and cons of Apple's new smartphones the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, And it's week three of our series on EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalists. 
Posted on September 08, 2016
Following the loss of her Dáil seat, former Minister for Europe and Renua founder Lucinda Creighton has made the switch to business. Her new company, Vulcan Consulting, "offers specialist advice to growing businesses and multinational companies on complex domestic and EU regulation". On today's Business Podcast, Lucinda talks about the aftermath of her election defeat, deciding to go it alone with a new company, and her views on Brexit and the Apple tax ruling.
 
Posted on September 01, 2016

The EU Commission's ruling that Apple must pay Ireland €13 billion in back taxes leaves all parties involved with a complicated mess on their hands. To help make sense of it all we have Brian Keegan, Director of Taxation with Chartered Accountants, as well as Irish Times Europe Correspondent Suzanne Lynch and Business Editor Cliff Taylor on the first part of today's podcast.

Posted on August 29, 2016

Launch of Irish Life Health creates compelling alternative for health insurance customers

New health insurance company to grow through a focus on innovation and customer value

Posted on August 25, 2016

High-Rise Dublin / Apple Tax Case: US Treasury takes on EU Commission

Congested, overcrowded and with soaring rents, Dublin needs development. But which kind? Ibec produced a report this week arguing for more high-rise buildings to accommodate the capital's swelling population. Fergal O'Brien, director of policy with Ibec joins Cliff Taylor and Ciarán Hancock to look at the steps needed to ensure our capital's future and also how much focus there should be on regional development.
In part two Cliff and Ciarán look at the major business stories of the week.

Posted on August 19, 2016

IOC President Pat Hickey's arrest in Rio is the latest twist in a tangled story. Business Affairs Correspondent Mark Paul and our editor Cliff Taylor explain what we know about the links between the companies, organisations and individuals invovled in the Olympic ticket scandal.

Posted on August 15, 2016

It's a huge summer for sports, and also a huge summer for sports sponsorship. Jamie Macken of sponsorship specialists Livewire joins Laura to talk about the trends in sponsorship: the industries buying up space, which sponsors are doing it right, and how sponsored media consumption patterns are changing.

Posted on August 05, 2016

Hubert Fitzpatrick of the Construction Industry Federation wants the Central Bank's mortgage rules to be relaxed, and he made a submission to the Bank's review of those rules to that effect. Today he's in studio with Ciarán and Cliff Taylor to talk about the rules, what he wants to see changed and how to help first-time buyers get on the ladder.

Posted on August 02, 2016

Irish Life Health established following health insurance acquisitions
Set to be a new force in the Irish market

Tuesday 2 August, 2016: Irish Life Health has been established as a new force in the Irish health insurance market. This follows the completion of Irish Life Group’s transactions to acquire Aviva Health and assume control of GloHealth, where Irish Life previously had a 49% shareholding.

This move is a positive development for competition in the Irish market, and gives customers a compelling alternative to the existing health insurance offerings.

By offering innovative, good value health insurance plans and exceptional customer service to Ireland’s two million health insurance customers, Irish Life Health aims to grow the existing 420,000 customers and 21% market share of the existing combined Aviva Health and GloHealth businesses.

Current customers will continue to enjoy all of the benefits of their health insurance cover and do not need to take any action. Over the next month or so, Aviva Health will begin rebranding to Irish Life Health. From later this year GloHealth customers will be invited to join Irish Life Health as their policies come up for renewal. All customers will be communicated with well in advance of any change.

Commenting on the establishment of Irish Life Health, David Harney, Chief Executive, Irish Life Group said: “Through the acquisition of these two very strong existing businesses, backed by the market knowledge and financial strength of Irish Life, we will create a significant new force in the Irish health insurance market. It is our intention that Irish Life Health will become the benchmark for health insurance in Ireland.”

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