A surprise decision by AIB to set aside an additional €300m to help compensate 5,900 more tracker mortgage
The numbers in line for some sort of redress and compensation under the tracker mortgage scandal have risen to 40,500 at a cost of €693m but it appears unlikely that other major groups will be included in the redress scheme.
Pensions firm Irish Life topped the list of complaints made to the Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman last year, while the main banks were also the target of grievances from customers.
The pension watchdog has expressed concern that many workers are finding themselves with inadequate pension provision as a result of leaving it until close to retirement age to check out their entitlements.
Campion Insurance has acquired part of Aviva Direct Life and Pensions as part of a three-year expansion plan that will see the company become an established nationwide insurance brand.
A meeting is taking place today between the Pensions Ombudsman and officials from the Revenue Commissioners over the pensioner-tax controvery.
THREE-QUARTERS of all rioters had a criminal record, with two thirds of these never having been to jail despite having a slew of previous offences, figures showed yesterday.
FARMERS’ wives shocked by a decision by the Department of Social and Family Affairs to take back their pensions have appealed the move to the Pensions Ombudsman.
Unions and employers in Britain reacted with "alarm" today after unemployment surged to a 14-year high, prompting fresh calls for the UK government help for the growing army of jobless.
RETIRING workers with pensions that have slumped in value due to the stock market collapse may be able to defer cashing in their investments until the market recovers.
The Pensions Ombudsman is warning employers that failure to comply with his investigations could result in a criminal conviction.
IT IS likely to be 2009 before the Government takes action to tackle the pensions timebomb — a full four years after it warned “urgent action” was needed.
The watchdog that monitors pension schemes is to launch its annual report today.
The Pensions Board is planning a new campaign to get young workers to secure their financial futures.
Irish men are becoming more aware of their weight and their figures, according to new research out today.
The ISEQ index of shares continued its positive momentum with gains of 34.78 to close at 7922.18 today.
The Dublin stock exchange had a steady morning with a 25.69 point rise to 7,913.09 by 11am.
THE Government routinely warns us of the pensions time-bomb and many measures are under consideration to promote worker participation in pension schemes.
Around 130,000 construction workers are not covered for pensions or sick pay benefits, the Pensions Ombudsman warned today.
SOCIAL Affairs Minister Seamus Brennan is considering the possibility of creating a new pensions system which would see everyone automatically entered into a pension scheme and given the chance of opting out.
Builders who keep pension contributions owed to their workers will face prosecution, the Pensions Ombudsman warned today.
British Works and Pensions Secretary David Blunkett today pulled out of a visit to a job centre in west Belfast as republicans staged a protest demanding the release from jail of IRA bomber Sean Kelly.
Hibernian Life & Pensions has launched a new investment product that offers a capital guarantee if funds invested are left with Hibernian for five years.
Paul Kenny, the Pensions Ombudsman has urged pension scheme trustees to speed up implementation of Internal Disputes Resolution procedures.
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