IFG quietly transformed by focus on British pensions

As the financial services firm prepares to deliver its 2010 results next week, some market watchers are tipping IFG as a sleeper stock that could break out for major gains, writes Jon Ihle

26th March, 2011

Financial services group IFG may be shifting its market focus from Dublin to London, but the company looks set to become the biggest turnaround story in an Irish financial sector beset by failure.

As the banking industry has gone from bad to worse in the last three years, the Blackrock based boutique firm has been quietly transforming itself from a diffuse collection of poorly combined business lines into a highly focused provider of pension administration...

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