€5m storm Ophelia fails to put the wind up Irish insurers

RSA, one of the country’s biggest home and commercial insurers, said it expects the figure could be even less

5th November, 2017
RSA chief executive Stephen Hester

The cost to insurers of cleaning up after last month’s unprecedented storm Ophelia is proving to be less than feared, with a second insurance company estimating its bill at €5 million.

RSA, one of the country’s biggest home and commercial insurers, said it expects the figure could be even less when all claims are settled.

“We think it cost us something less than €5 million in Ireland. How much less is...

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