Brokers Ireland, the premier representative body for brokers in Ireland, has produced this consumer guide outlining the main benefits of using an insurance broker, as opposed to going directly to an insurer. In our earlier post  in August, we explained the benefits of going to an insurance broker instead of a direct insurer, such as impartiality, personal relationship, claims service & best price. Today, we’ll discuss further ones below: Choice: an insurance broker has full
Below is an important message for our motor insurance customers from the Road Safety Authority in relation to Brexit and UK driving licences. Are you the holder of a UK/NI driving licence? The Road Safety Authority wishes to advise policyholders, resident in Ireland, with a UK/NI driving licence of the importance of exchanging the UK/NI licence for an Irish one. Anyone resident in Ireland who holds a UK/NI driving licence must exchange it for an

Brexit & Construction Industry

Posted by Daria Sadkina on September 17, 2019

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Category: 2019
With its potential to affect everything from labour supply to funding, Brexit is creating uncertainty across the UK construction industry. A recent article by Allianz, which we summarize below, highlights why construction firms must work closely with their brokers and insurers to ensure risk is well managed and appropriate cover is maintained. Whatever shape Brexit takes, there are likely to be some significant ramifications for the construction sector: Construction firms do employ migrant workers, so
Brokers Ireland, the premier representative body for brokers in Ireland, has produced this consumer guide outlining the main benefits of using an insurance broker, as opposed to going directly to an insurer: Impartiality: an insurance broker is not biased towards or against any particular provider and will therefore pick the best option for their client, every time. We have access to over 40 specialist insurers in Ireland, UK & Europe to obtain the best quote