Our local Dublin team are empowered to make decisions quickly and are agile, proactive and driven in approach. We forge long-term partnerships that count for more than the value of any fee arrangement. We act as strategic partners, contributing to the success of your business beyond the obvious provision of insurance cover.

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Welcome to Lockton Ireland

Agile, proactive and driven in approach, the Lockton Ireland team are empowered to make effective decisions swiftly for our clients.

As the world’s largest privately owned broker, we offer unique expertise and capabilities that span across the globe – but it’s our family-owned partnership that really makes us different. We’re free from the demands of corporate shareholders, allowing us to we see the world differently.

We see things from your perspective, always acting with your long-term interests at heart. As your strategic partners, our goal is to make sure that your people solutions and risk management programmes contribute to the success of your business beyond the obvious provision of insurance cover.

Lockton Ireland team

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Gary Ennis

Chairman - Lockton Ireland
gary.ennis@lockton.com
+00 44 289 034 8417

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Niall O’Callaghan

CEO Lockton Ireland
niall.ocallaghan@lockton.com
+353 86 1917088

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Ray McKenna

Head of People Solutions Ireland
ray.mckenna@lockton.com
+353 86 3888875

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Louise Hughes

Head of Commercial Affinity
louise.hughes@lockton.com
+00 353 1 858 5224

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Gerry Lynch

Head of Corporate
gerry.lynch@lockton.com
+00 353 1 858 5222

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Marc Hennessy CIP

Sales Lead, Vice President
marc.hennessy@lockton.com
+00 353 1 858 5215

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