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Liberty Insurance to cut 270 jobs in Ireland

25th June, 2015
Liberty Insurance is cutting 270 jobs

Liberty Insurance, formerly Quinn Insurance, is to cut 270 jobs from its operations in Cavan and Blanchardstown in Dublin.

The US-owned group, which has 1,000 staff between Dublin, Cavan and Co. Fermanagh, said it is withdrawing from the personal motor insurance market in Britain, which has been heavily loss-making and is serviced from Ireland.

Liberty said it would now focus on the Republic of Ireland market and plans to transfer the customer management of its Northern Ireland...

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