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'It certainly feels like the next 10 years will be “now or never” in terms of tackling the problems of coverage and adequacy'
Maurice Whyms, President of the Society of Actuaries Ireland (SAI) on the future of the pensions industry in Ireland
'If you wait for something to hit the mainstream, your business won’t be looking at the menu; it’ll be on it'
John Abel, Vice President of Cloud Technology for the UK, Ireland and Israel on the challenges facing modern technology leaders
'If the industry can deliver both what individuals need in retirement, as well as what they want, they will be doing well.'
Chris Curry, Director of the Pensions Policy Institute on the future of pensions in Ireland
Turkish banking shares rose as much as 5.3 per cent on Tuesday, snapping a three-day losing streak that wiped out almost 17 per cent of their market value. The lira also jumped 5 per cent
Rose Leonard, Head of Corporate Distribution & CRM at Zurich Life on the future of pensions in Ireland
Boys as young as 11 watch pornography which depicts women as subhuman and normalises sexual violence
Kraydel secures R&D funding from Invest NI Belfast company Kraydel has secured €165,000 in ...
The appetite for development sites is showing no signs of abating, particularly in Dublin
Maeve Cotter is the new senior manager for new business origination in Munster at Bank of Ireland...
A recent Labour Court judgment in favour of a Kepak staffer who had to spend her free time answering work emails should be a wake-up call for employers
Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Aidan McHugh of BDO Eaton Square
More solo acts than supergroups, FAANGs actually have a lot less in common than many investors think, writes Nir Kaissar
November’s vote will highlight the impact of Trump’s volatility on the dollar, writes Pat Byrne
The best way to offset risk is to take a long-term view and remain diversified, writes Patrizia Libotte