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About Aegon Ireland

Aegon Ireland provides investment solutions including the manufacture of guaranteed propositions as well as traditional offshore bonds. It is an international provider of life insurance, pensions, and asset management.

Aegon Ireland Headquarter Location

2nd Floor IFSC House Custom House Quay

Dublin, 1,



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Latest Aegon Ireland News

Dutch life insurer Aegon books €93m loss on Irish unit sale

Aug 17, 2018

The loss contributed to a slump in company’s net profit for the first half of the year 22 minutes ago       Aegon , the Dutch life insurance and pensions giant, booked a €93 million loss on the sale of its Aegon Ireland unit earlier this year, according to the company’s latest interim report, published on Thursday. The loss contributed to a slump in Aegon’s net profit for the first half of the year, to €491 million from €907 million for the correspondent period in 2017. Aegon received €195 million in April as it completed the sale of Aegon Ireland to a European insurance company, Athora , which moved immediately afterwards to sell on the unit’s entire €3 billion offshore bond portfolio to a subsidiary of London-based Life Company Consolidation Group (LCCG), which specialises in the acquisition of closed life insurance books. LCCG, which is backed by US private equity group Oaktree , has been very active in Ireland in recent years, buying Harcourt Life, formerly Anglo Irish Assurance Company, in 2015, as well as Irish businesses from Axa and Aviva the following year. More recently, LCCG’s Navan-based Utmost PanEurope subsidiary has entered deals to acquire two Irish businesses from Italian insurance group Assicurazioni Generali since late last year. At the time Aegon first announced it its plan to sell Aegon Ireland, in August last year, the Dublin-based business had wealth management and retirement products out to over 25,000 customers, mainly in the UK and Germany. The business was incorporated in June 2017. Optimise Aegon, which said on Thursday that the Aegon Ireland sale was consistent with its “strategic objective to optimise its portfolio of businesses”, also revealed in its latest financial report it had disposed of its business in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The group has identified its most important markets as the Netherlands, US and UK. Underlying earnings at Aegon increased by 2 per cent to €1.06 billion in the first half. While the company is focused on organic growth, group chief financial officer Matthew Rider told Bloomberg News in an interview on Thursday that the company is interested in the possible purchase of Dutch competitor Vivat from China’s Anbang Insurance Group. Anbang acquired Vivat in 2015 for the nominal sum of €1 after the Chinese insurer agreed to inject €1.35 billion of new capital into the business.

  • Where is Aegon Ireland's headquarters?

    Aegon Ireland's headquarters is located at 2nd Floor IFSC House, Dublin.

  • What is Aegon Ireland's latest funding round?

    Aegon Ireland's latest funding round is Acquired Unit.

  • Who are the investors of Aegon Ireland?

    Investors of Aegon Ireland include Athora Holding.

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