Friday December 6, 2019

Public liability review identifies cost volatility and lack of cover as key issues

The competition watchdog is seeking outside help to advise on reform

10th November, 2019
Heather Humphreys: the Minister for Business requested a study into the public liability insurance market Pic: PA

The cost, price volatility and lack of cover for certain businesses have been identified as the three central issues for the competition watchdog’s review of the country’s public liability insurance market.

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) launched a market study into the public liability insurance market in August on the request of business minister Heather Humphreys and through its initial work has identified the three “high level” areas....

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