Tag Archives: Irish Life

This afternoon.

Irish Life workers hold a protest outside Irish Life’s headquarters on Abbey Street Lower, Dublin 1.

It follows the company’s decision to close two defined-benefit pension schemes from June 30.

Related: Irish Life workers protest over pension scheme closure (April 13, 2018, Independent.ie)

Sam Boal/Rollingnews

Today the state has been ordered to buy Irish Life for €1.3 billion off state-owned Irish Life & Permanent.

Last November we were told potential buyers had been scared off fearing reputational damage and fines arising from the hooky €7.2bn back-to-back loans by IL&P to Anglo.

A promised investigation by the Central Bank also posed a potential headache for our old friend Kevin Cardiff.

So, will today’s sale stop the probe?

Answers to the usual address.

(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)

“With no American ambassador in Iran the fate of Barbie is unknown. US Foreign Secretary Hillary Clinton appealed to the UN to provide planes to repatriate Barbie dolls… Angela Merkel wants to see significant cuts in Barbie’s spending habits before discussing the situation any further, while Silvio Berlusconi claimed there is always room for dollies in his house.”

The bored-out-his-mind Irish Life Investment Manager’s weekly round-up.

These are the guys in charge.

They are, indeed, drifting into the arena of the unwell.

Click here (before, you know, they take it down)

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