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Haggling for cheaper insurance

A new player, Bank of Ireland, and European rules on unisex premiums have shaken up the car insurance market, writes Emma Kennedy.

12th October, 2013

A new player in the car insurance market has injected more competition into an already busy sector. But will increased competition translate into lower prices for drivers?

Last week, Bank of Ireland announced that it was entering the motor insurance market with two new products. There's a popular' and a prestige' package, with the prestige providing more extensive cover.

The bank's motor insurance products will be underwritten by RSA Insurance, which already operates in the...

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