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Responding to the recent publication by the Central Bank of its Business Interruption Insurance Supervisory Framework, Brokers Ireland said it was a welcome development that the CBI had intervened and recognised the need for its supervisory role to be exercised regarding this significant issue for businesses.
Longford/Westmeath Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Deputy Robert Troy, has said the Central Bank needs a stronger consumer protection role to ensure insurance companies honour policies with disruption cover for infectious diseases.
Longford/Westmeath Fianna Fáil Deputy, Robert Troy, has stressed the urgent need for the recommencement of cancer screening services to prevent a surge in delayed diagnoses in the coming months.
Two prominent Athlone publicans have rebuked proposals outlined by both the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) and Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) aimed at convincing public health officials to permit bars to open six weeks earlier than as originally planned.
Longford/Westmeath Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Deputy Robert Troy, has said it makes no sense that employers cannot avail of the COVID-19 wage subsidy scheme if they submitted payroll returns late.
Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Robert Troy, has said it is unacceptable that some insurance companies are still using every avenue and technicality to get out of their obligation to pay out on legitimate claims.
According to the most recent Carzone Motoring Report, almost half (47 per cent) of motorists claim their insurance premium has increased in the last year. It adds that nearly a third (30 per cent) of Irish motorists opted to switch insurance provider over the past year, while 40 per cent have remained with their insurance provider for more than three years. The research also highlights other financial concerns for motorists, which include the cost of fuel (17 per cent) and general maintenance (10 per cent).
A moratorium on commercial rates, insurance rebates, and mortgage and rent freezes, are urgently required to assist individuals, and small/medium businesses to withstand the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Mayo Senator Rose Conway-Walsh, Sinn Féin will continue in the next Dáil to build protections for consumers and businesses 'against the insurance companies that are driven by greed to fleece us'.
About an hour after I press the send button on this article, my fellow coaches and I will be stood on a muddy pitch while a band of determined U-12 girls will lash footballs at us for the betterment of their skills. For 90 minutes, we will attempt to pass on some of our perceived wisdom, until they go home, muddied, energised, happier for the participation, and hopefully, slightly better players.