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Insurance Market Update Q2 2017

Gavin Hayes / June 30, 2017

  General observations Now a year on from the historic Brexit decision and uncertainty still prevails in the Irish employment market. But are we more informed as to the impact specifically on the Irish Insurance sector? At the beginning of the year, expectations were high that the industry would experience both a flood of new … Continued

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Our picks: Top 5 Networking Events this May

Niamh O'Byrne / April 10, 2017

  We have selected our top 5 networking events for May. With major industry leaders taking part in events next month,  this is the perfect opportunity to explore and develop both career and business opportunities.   Digital Workplace Ireland Conference 2017 The Digital Workplace Ireland Conference 2017 will feature talks and presentations from Europe’s leading experts … Continued

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Our picks: Top Networking Events this April

Niamh O'Byrne / March 28, 2017

  We’ve rounded up our choice of the top networking events that are worthwhile taking time out for this April. These networks, events, and groups attract a lot of professionals across a variety of industries, looking to make similar, and more importantly, differing connections. See out top picks for this month below.   Europe’s Changing Workplaces: … Continued

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2017 Insurance Salary Survey & Employment Overview

Gavin Hayes / January 20, 2017

  Insurance Market Overview 2016 Compared to previous years, the Irish Insurance market has received added media and public attention throughout 2016 for several reasons, both positive and negative. The subject of increased insurance premiums has been at the forefront of media and government attention this year. We have seen protests nationally against soaring insurance … Continued

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Insurance Market Update Q2 2016

Gavin Hayes / July 12, 2016

General Observations The Insurance Market as a whole has experienced a heightened degree of scrutiny in recent times due to spiralling premiums. Trading conditions in the Irish market remain difficult for the foreseeable future. Premiums continue to increase for Motor and Business which has led to a national debate and forced the government to take action. … Continued

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