The merger between Robertson Low Insurances Limited and Wright Group Brokers Limited has crossed the end line, and the mixed brokerage is now often known as Aston Lark Europe Limited.
Trading as Aston Lark Ireland, the rebranded entity is led by chief government Robert Kennedy (pictured) and continues to function out of places of work in Dublin, Carlow, Portlaoise, Wexford, and London. Robertson Low and Wright Insurance Brokers had been each snapped up in 2019.
Recent swoops North County Brokers Limited and D O’Loughlin & Co Limited, in the meantime, will even be rebranding to Aston Lark Ireland later this 12 months.
“This is an thrilling time for us as we full our transition to Aston Lark Ireland,” commented Kennedy, who got here onboard in March 2020. “The launch of Aston Lark within the Irish market marks a major milestone for our enterprise as we set up our first branded places of work.
“Bringing these companies collectively underneath one title and model ensures even higher power for the advantage of our shoppers. It enhances our proposition and breadth of protection available in the market and opens up entry for purchasers to an excellent broader vary of services and products, supporting our bold progress plans in Ireland.”
The Irish chief went on to assert that they’re nicely on their approach to changing into the nation’s main impartial insurance coverage dealer, working in direction of this ambition whereas serving shoppers not solely with experience and integrity but in addition with ardour and care.
“I’m actually pleased with what Rob Kennedy and [Aston Lark Ireland chief financial officer] Mark Nolan are constructing, as they turn out to be the dealer of alternative in Ireland,” added group CEO Peter Blanc. “This rebrand marks the beginning of an bold progress plan as we glance ahead to welcoming different high-quality brokers into the group.
“Aston Lark within the UK will assist our Irish colleagues with placement into the London market the place useful, leveraging the power of the mixed enterprise which now controls round £750 million / €860 million of premium.”