The Insurance Institute of Ireland is dedicated to continuous professional development through technical insurance education, training and ongoing support of people at all levels within the insurance and related financial services sector.
IIF (Irish Insurance Federation) is the representative body for insurance companies in Ireland.
IBA (Irish Brokers Association) is the premier representative body for Insurance brokers in Ireland. The Association represents over 500 broker firms which provide employment to over 5,500 people around Ireland.
The Financial Services Ombudsman is a statutory body set up under the terms of the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland Act 2004 (Section 16 and schedules 6 and 7) as a statutory officer who deals independently with unresolved complaints from consumers about their individual dealings with all financial service providers.
The Financial Regulator was established on 1 May 2003 following a government decision to set up the Central Bank of Ireland as the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland. The structure combines two distinct component entities - the Central Bank and the Financial Regulator – each with its own particular set of responsibilities and each with its own specific governance structure.
InjuriesBoard.ie is the independent government body which assesses the amount of compensation due to a person who has suffered a personal injury.