Who We Are

Bringing together a range of civic and business organisations

The Alliance brings together Organisations from every sector of society across Ireland to highlight the negative impact of persistently high premiums and calls for real reforms that will quickly reduce liability and motor insurance premiums to affordable levels and keep them that way.

Our Members

Working Together

Get in touch today and help us to advocate for you

Lobbying Government

We act on your behalf to tackle the problem of spiraling insurance costs

Telling your stories

We engage with the media and social media to tell your stories

Alliance for Insurance Reform

WHAT WE DO

A Clear and Consistent Voice

The Alliance has been a clear and consistent voice for policy holders in Ireland – calling out this unfairness publicly through the media and by advocating strongly with the Government for the many reforms ultimately delivered and calling for urgent action in passing on the savings these reforms have generated to policy holders.

Alliance members represent Irish communities and Irish society, from businesses to charities, voluntary and community groups to sporting organisations and students.

What We Want

Alliance members represent Irish communities and Irish society, from businesses to charities, voluntary and community groups to sporting organisations and students.

Alliance Objectives 2024 – 2026

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Our Board

Tracy SheridanPlay, Activity and Leisure Ireland (PALI)
Flora CroweThe Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association of Ireland (CSNA)
Peter BolandCar Rental Council of Ireland (CRCI
Brian HanleyCEO
Padraig CribbenChair
Ivan CooperThe Wheel
Mary O’ConnorFederation of Irish Sport (FIS)
Michael Magner Irish Hotel Federation (IHF)

Our Members

Alliance members represent Irish communities and Irish society, from businesses to charities, voluntary and community groups to sporting organisations and students.

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The percentage of organisations that have only one underwriter willing to offer cover*
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Reduction in the volume of claims since 2019
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Reduction in award values using the Judicial Guidelines
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The year the duty of care was reformed
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Percentage of organisations that said they have not benefited from Govt. reforms*

* based on a February 2024 survey of 690 organisations.