Thursday October 29, 2020

IFG believes in change for the best

Pensions firm IFG, headed by Mark Bourke, aims to be ahead of the curve as an era of greater regulation dawns in Britain, writes Jon Ihle.

9th December, 2012
Mark Bourke, chief executive, IFG: 'We want to be the adviser's choice.' Photo: Tony O'Shea

IFG, the pension administration and advisory company, has just completed three years of corporate activity that have seen it raise €50 million in equity; acquire James Hay, a major provider of self-invested pension plans (SIPPs) in Britain; manage an abortive takeover bid by its biggest shareholder, Fiordland; change its stock market listing to London; sell its international division; and return €37 million to investors in a share buyback.

Chief executive **Mark Bourke** tells *The Sunday...

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