Independent insurance brokers Campion Insurance have today announced that they have merged with the Galway based brokerage Future.
Future staff will continue to be employed at the now Galway branch of Campion after the merger, which has been approved by the Central Bank.
The merger will allow Future customers in Galway to avail of the full range of insurance products offered by Campion Insurance while maintaining the same level of local expertise in customer service.
Mickey McLaughlin of Future said Campion’s “expertise and well-deserved reputation in the Irish market makes the team a great fit for us.
“As one of the best-regarded independent specialist brokers in the country, we will continue to provide high-quality and comprehensive insurance solutions to Future’s clients in Galway.”
“The insurance needs of people and businesses in Galway are changing and I am delighted that we will be able to meet those demands through Future’s merger with Campion Insurance.”
He said that he looks forward to seeing their company enjoy continued future success with the support of Campion after this merger, which was for an undisclosed sum of money.
Founded in 1984, Campion has a presence in 12 towns and 10 counties across Ireland and employs over 180 people, offering personal, business and financial products.
Its range includes Car, Home, Van, Farm, and Business insurance as well a full range of financial services products including Investments, Mortgages, Pensions, Protection and Savings.
CEO Jim Campion said that they were happy to have established a presence in “Europe’s friendliest city” through this merger.
“Mickey McLaughlin is a true local leader and the level of local expertise he and the Future staff have is unparalleled.”
“This is a natural match to our long-standing commitment to keeping local knowledge and customer service at the core of what we do.”
“We look forward to working with them as we expand the offerings of the Galway office to include the wide range of insurance products that Campion, as a nationwide broker, can provide.”