Blog

View our latest blog articles.

ecclesiastical
23 Jun 2017
 

Ecclesiastical Blog, June 2017: ‘Property Owners Risk; The Hidden Dangers’.

Just when you may have thought that mandatory fire safety management controls are rigorous and robust, the Grenfell fire tragedy…

serious-illness
6 Jun 2017
 

The Story of Specified Serious Illness Cover

We’re all familiar with the reasons why specified serious illness cover can be like a knight in shining amour for…

critical-illness-cover
3 May 2017
 

Royal London Offering “The Best Specified Serious Illness Cover Available”

Leading protection specialist Royal London, following recent enhancements, now has the best Specified Serious Illness cover available. Royal London has…

PHOTO CREDIT: dak photography
NO REPRO FEE
4 Apr 2017
 

Commitment to Continuous Improvement Paying Off

Leading protection specialist Royal London’s focus on continuous improvement isn’t just a short term strategy; it’s a long term commitment…

charity-trustees
15 Mar 2017
 

Charity Trustees – A Double Edged Sword

Charitable work in Ireland provides an invaluable supply of goodwill, innovation and downright effort from people from the general community….

a diagram with pen about manageing risk in a flow chart
1 Mar 2017
 

The Changing Role of Underwriting

The role of underwriting is synonymous with the insurance business, the industry would just not exist without the ability to…

Conference image
8 Feb 2017
 

Who Are You Trying to Impress in the Workplace?

  I spent a number of years managing and developing a large team with a mix of personalities, skill-sets and…

new-baby-450x3001
2 Feb 2017
 

First Baby Equals First Life Insurance Policy For Many Of The 48,000 New Parents In The State

Ireland recorded the EU’s top birth rate in 2015, with 14.2 babies born per 1,000 residents in the State according…

ecclesiastical
19 Jan 2017
 

Ireland’s Charity Landscape: Increased regulation driving increased optimism.

Ireland as a nation is renowned for its charitable outlook and support of the less well off in society. However…