The Dublin office acts as an international hub office for Lockton Global, providing an entry point for our partner brokers. In addition to working with our local clients, the Dublin team looks after international clients through the Lockton Global network.

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Lockton Insurance Brokers (Ireland) Ltd. provides international service for the Lockton Global Partnership, for any multinational clients who have subsidiaries in the Republic of Ireland and provides local broking, risk management and employee benefits advice and services.

What we bring to our clients

  • Exceptional service – Lockton has a client retention rate of 98%, thanks to our exceptional standards of service and our commitment to meeting your changing needs

  • Dedicated account management support – Lockton’s dedicated, experienced account managers offer unrivalled support and bespoke solutions to meet the needs of your business. We understand the unique challenges of your industry and we’re well placed to help you find the best possible protection.

  • Strong expertise – Our clients obtain access to a wealth of sector, technical and risk expertise specific to European markets.

Latest news and insights

Fixed fire protection systems such as sprinklers are an effective way to control or suppress a fire in its early stages, limiting the potential loss to the property and the business, as well as the risk to life. However, to be effective, fire protection systems need to be available (not impaired), reliable (maintained) and adequate. Fire protection impairments continue to be one of the most common reasons for sprinkler failure and this risk needs to be addressed with a robust fire protection impairment programme.Inside Risk - Fire Protection Impairment Management

The potential pitfalls of green hushing

A growing number of companies are choosing not to publicise details of their climate change targets to avoid scrutiny, accountability, and potential lawsuits. The strategy labelled “green hushing” is a reaction to a series of greenwashing allegations and legal challenges businesses have faced, but it comes with its own risks.A growing number of companies are choosing not to publicise details of their climate change targets to avoid scrutiny, accountability, and potential lawsuits. The strategy labelled “green hushing” is a reaction to a series of greenwashing allegations and legal challenges businesses have faced, but it comes with its own risks.

AI risks: what directors and officers need to know

All new technologies carry risks when introduced on an enterprise level. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception, and directors and officers may find themselves in the crosshairs should negative repercussions arise from the use of such tools. 

To be prepared for the potential regulatory scrutiny or claims activity that comes along with the introduction of a new technology, it is imperative that boards carefully consider the introduction of AI, and ensure sufficient risk mitigation measures are in place. All new technologies carry risks when introduced on an enterprise level. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception, and directors and officers may find themselves in the crosshairs should negative repercussions arise from the use of such tools. 

To be prepared for the potential regulatory scrutiny or claims activity that comes along with the introduction of a new technology, it is imperative that boards carefully consider the introduction of AI, and ensure sufficient risk mitigation measures are in place.

Ready your business for pension auto enrolment

Pension auto enrolment (AE) has long been talked about in Ireland. First proposed back in 2006, the current government has made a firm commitment that it will be in place in early 2025. The plan will have wide-ranging implications for employers and their staff. Speaking at the National Pension Summit in February, the Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphries, announced that “2024 is going to be the year Auto-enrolment is delivered” and that employers should “continue to presume AE will happen from Quarter 4 this year, and to budget accordingly”.Pension auto enrolment (AE) has long been talked about in Ireland. First proposed back in 2006, the current government has made a firm commitment that it will be in place in early 2025. The plan will have wide-ranging implications for employers and their staff. Speaking at the National Pension Summit in February, the Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphries, announced that “2024 is going to be the year Auto-enrolment is delivered” and that employers should “continue to presume AE will happen from Quarter 4 this year, and to budget accordingly”.
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Gerry Lynch

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

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