D’Arcy defends the government’s track record on insurance

D’Arcy defends the government’s track record on insurance

Michael D’Arcy mounted a robust defence of the government’s track record on insurance reform in response to a request that Leo Varadkar or Paschal Donohoe lead a new action plan to tackle excessive premium costs.

The Alliance for Insurance Reform wrote to the Taoiseach in April asking him to draw up a new plan for reforming the sector and said oversight by either Varadkar or Donohoe would be “warmly welcomed”.

Peter Boland, a...

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