Irish minister highlights new duty of care regime as more favourable to insurers
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Irish minister highlights new duty of care regime as more favourable to insurers

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Ireland’s minister of state for financial services, Jennifer Carroll MacNeill, has argued that key business insurance reforms implemented in July provide a “big opportunity” for new and existing insurers to compete in the Irish market.

In July, amendments to the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1995 allowed for a broader range of scenarios where it can be shown that an individual has voluntarily assumed a risk resulting in harm, which provides a “more fair, balanced way”...

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