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IFG profits down as transformation continues

22nd April, 2015
Paul McNamara, chief executive, IFG

IFG saw profits fall in 2014 but revenues rise, as the company’s transformation programme continued. The financial services company has focused on the British high-net-worth market through its James Hay and Saunderson House businesses after selling off five businesses, including its Irish pension and advisory arm.

“2014 marked a fundamental transformation of IFG Group as we exited non-core businesses and continued to invest for growth in James Hay and Saunderson House,” said IFG chief...

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