Friday June 5, 2020

IFG says on track for a strong year

The financial services company said it was seeing the benefits of a more sharply-focused strategy

18th November, 2015
IFG chief executive Paul McNamara Pic: RollingNews.ie

Financial services group IFG said it is on track for a strong year and will deliver growth in clients, assets, revenue and profit in 2015.

The company said it was seeing the benefits of its more sharply-focused strategy, which has seen it concentrate on its retirement wealth planning business, James Hay Partnership, and financial planning and investment firm, Saunderson House.

"The group continues to perform in line with expectations and remains on track to deliver meaningful...

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