Regional review: New horizon for Northern Ireland


Northern Ireland, despite its size, has always stood out. There are the strange idiosyncrasies that arise out of being part of Ireland geographically, but governed by the UK. Just ask anyone who has tried to use a Northern Ireland bank note in England – an exercise in sheer frustration.

And the insurance market, it seems, is no different. Speaking to brokers from the region, they all freely admit that the market is a world apart from the rest of UK, even if there is only a sliver of sea between

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