ISME featured in the media
The Irish Examiner, 28/10/19
Labour market has improved but problems persist
I recently attended the annual conference of business group ISME which addressed the theme of people and purpose. lso well-received was the speech by Christopher Paye of Jobs.ie on the subject of winning the race for talent —in other words how to attract the best workers, with a focus on flexible working hours and working from home. The mental health of employees was also addressed.
Murphy to host insurance forum on Monday
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway Eugene Murphy is to host an insurance forum with guest speakers including CEO of Supermac’s, Pat McDonagh. The forum will take place in the Abbey Hotel, Roscommon on Monday, November the 4th, starting at 8 pm.
Insurance reform in the media
RTE News, 01/11/19
Campaigners call for further reform of insurance market
Campaign groups have described the introduction of new rules to improve transparency on motor insurance pricing as a welcome step. But they say further moves and greater transparency are needed to reassure consumers and bring down premiums.
RTE News, 01/11/19
New rules on motor insurance pricing come into force
New rules to improve transparency on motor insurance pricing are coming into force. From today, the Central Bank rules will force insurance companies to provide more detail to customers when they are being sent motor insurance renewals.
The Independent, 01/11/19
Consumers set to benefit as legislation on motor insurance comes into effect
Motor insurance consumers are set to benefit from new transparency rules which have come into effect today. Brokers and insurers will now be required to provide more information to people renewing their motor insurance policies.
The Irish Examiner, 01/11/19
New rules to improve transparency in insurance sector receive cautious welcome
New rules to improve transparency in the insurance sector in Ireland have received a cautious welcome, but advocates for reform in the sector have criticised the length of time it has taken to achieve the “micro-improvements”. The Central Bank have introduced new rules to require insurance companies to provide more detail to customers when it comes to renewing motor insurance quotes.
Minister Michael D’Arcy welcomes the new rules introduced today by the Central Bank in relation to transparency in motor insurance costs
Minister Michael D’Arcy TD, has today welcomed the new rules introduced by the Central Bank in relation to transparency in motor insurance costs. The new rules mean that insurers must now provide their customers with greater information when renewing their motor insurance policies.