There are a number of regulatory bodies that ensure that the function and practices of our members are properly regulated and to protect the interests of both our members and their customers.
The Central Bank of Ireland is responsible for both central banking and financial regulation.
The Financial Services Ombudsman is a statutory officer who deals independently with unresolved complaints from consumers about their individual dealings with all financial service providers.Read more
THE PIAB, (operating as InjuriesBoard.ie) is an independent government body that assesses the amount of compensation due to a person who has suffered a personal injury. InjuriesBoard.ie is a statutory body,Read more
The Irish Insurance Federation (IIF) was founded in 1986, and is the representative body for insurance companies in Ireland. Recently rebranded Insurance Ireland (2013) it has 81 member companies, which employ almost 27,000 people.Read more
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission was established on 31 October 2014 and is the statutory body responsible for enforcing consumer protection and competition law in Ireland.Read more