Aviva confirms job losses in Ireland

Igal Mayer Aviva

The proposed redundancies are part of a wider job cull that could see a further 180 go from Aviva Europe.

The job losses come as a result of a move to combine Aviva Ireland with Aviva UK to form a new UK and Ireland region. The insurer said in a statement that it aimed to become the most competitive insurance provider in Ireland.

In addition, Aviva said it was looking to restructure European regional operations to strengthen the business and “create a leaner cost base”.

The long-expected

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