Childcare facilities insurer pulls out of market
The exit of Ironshore has been described as a ‘worrying’ development by a leading childcare organisation
One of the country‘s biggest insurers of childcare facilities is pulling out of the market, potentially leaving thousands of businesses without cover, the Business Post understands.
Ironshore Europe, one of two leading providers of cover, will withdraw from insuring a number of different Irish sectors, including childcare, according to an email circulated to business owners by insurance broker Padraic Smith & Co. The development has been described as “worrying” by a leading...
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