Blazing a trail in business is no mean feat yet upon celebrating 19 years, Hennelly Finance, one of the west’s leading financial brokers, almost makes it look easy.
Widely recognised for its hallmark customer service, Hennelly Finance has earned a reputation for one-on-one customer service and impartial, speciality advice for pensions, life cover, serious illness cover, income protection, business financial planning, inheritance tax planning and mortgages, savings and investments.
Hennelly Finance is also recognised as the west’s leading health insurance advisor, with specialists to compare health insurance packages, tailor plans to suit individual or group needs, and review plans annually with a view to achieving cost savings or achieving greater value for money.
In recent years the firm has expanded its services to include tailored group schemes that provide valuable benefits to employees while enhancing an organisation’s ability to attract and retain talent. Corporate health insurance packages are quickly becoming the basis of many group schemes to help maintain an organisation’s competitive edge.
Like many businesses, Hennelly Finance has met its fair share of challenges, from changes in legislation, advances in technology and movement in the insurance industry. Yet the recession was the firm’s true test of its commitment to its clients and ability to manage pensions and investments during volatile economic conditions.
Founder of Hennelly Finance, Helena Hennelly, said her team approached every business challenge as an opportunity to strengthen customer relationships.
“After 19 years in business we can stand by our promise that we are wholeheartedly committed to helping our customers achieve their financial and lifestyle goals,” she said.
“The importance of having a local broker by your side, whether to answer questions about your investment or to help you claim on protection insurance during difficult circumstances can’t be understated either.”
Find out more from Hennelly Finance by phoning 091 586 500 or emailing [email protected].