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Hibernian boss sees light at end of the pensions tunnel with new products

The Irish life and pensions business, which plunged 30 per cent in the first quarter of the year, has shown signs of recovery in the last few weeks, according to Stuart Purdy, chief executive of Hibernian.

10th May, 2008

The Irish life and pensions business, which plunged 30 per cent in the first quarter of the year, has shown signs of recovery in the last few weeks, according to Stuart Purdy, chief executive of Hibernian.

He said that in April business had returned closer to ‘‘normal, more base levels’’, and that pensions were holding up well.

‘‘We wouldn’t want to pretend we’re not concerned about the first quarter’s performance - we...

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