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Established in 1985, Future Insurance is a wholly Irish owned insurance brokerage providing a competitive range of professional products and service to individuals and companies.
The president of the Insurance Institute of Galway, Darragh Guinnane, will step down from his role at the end of the month after a successful year at the helm of the presitigious organisation.
Mike Cubbard has announced that he will be running as an Independent candidate in Galway City Central in next year’s Local Elections.
The alliance between Aviva Galway and Galway Community College in Mooneenageisha which allows for senior cycle students from the community school to enhance their job seeking skills is set to continue. Through a [email protected] programme, employees from Aviva will volunteer to assist students in perfecting the exercises that will improve their ability to gain employment.
A fundraiser with a difference takes place in the Clayton Hotel on October 1 when the Insurance Institute of Galway’s holds a mock wedding in aid of Oranmore-based children’s cancer charity Hand in Hand.
The Insurance Institute of Galway (with a geographical spread from Mayo to Clare and Roscommon/Westmeath to Offaly) is a major player in the development of the institute movement throughout Ireland and noted for its professionalism and dedication to its membership of some 800 people. It is also noted for warmth and hospitality, a simple trait it is still very proud of.
As the white blanket of snow sweeps across the country, leading insurance specialist www.GetCover.ie has advised homeowners to play their part in preventing damage to their homes this Christmas and has outlined the primary precautionary measures that should be taken.
Mercy College, Galway, is situated in Newtownsmith, just minutes from the city centre. It offers FETAC level 5 awards in tourism and travel studies, business studies, business and insurance studies, and childcare studies.
As Christmas approaches, Ireland’s weather is likely to turn colder with freezing fog. This cold weather leads to a very busy time for the insurance industry.
Insurance companies are “ripping people off” by “indiscriminately increasing premiums” for those who live in the vicinity of flooded areas.