Wednesday August 5, 2020

Donohoe met insurers but did not ask for details of claims

Finance minister’s meeting was “at a high level" and the collection of data on employer and public liability claims “was not raised”

26th January, 2020
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe held a series of meetings with insurers at the beginning of the year but did not ask for delayed information on business insurance claims to be made available.

The Department of Finance was due to publish a “key information report” on employer and public liability (EL & PL) insurance claims by the end of 2019 but has not done so as it has yet to receive the relevant data from...

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