Intelligence: Ireland is cautiously optimistic about its financial future

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As Ireland emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic into a post-Brexit world, David Worsfold explains that after addressing past regulatory failures, and now looking to make personal injury reforms, the Irish insurance market is currently looking forward and beyond the crisis.

Ireland’s insurance market exudes a cautious optimism about its future as it emerges from the constraints of the Covid-19 pandemic into a post-Brexit world. The optimism flows from the country’s

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