Campion Insurance acquires Future to become one of the largest insurance players in the Irish market

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Campion Insurance, one of Ireland’s largest insurance brokers and a major provider to the bus and coach sectors, has acquired Future, the Galway and Mayo based brokerage. Future has a presence in both Galway City and in Claremorris, County Mayo. 

Under the rebranding plans, Future has now become Campion Insurance from June 7th which will represent a unification and simplification of the business offering. The merger will allow Future customers in Galway and Mayo to avail of the full range of insurance products offered by Campion Insurance while maintaining the same level of local expertise in customer service, as Future staff will continue to be employed in the Galway and Claremorris branches.

Campion Insurance merger with Future charts the organic growth of the company as this expansion allows it to extend its reach while simultaneously maintaining its commitment to local expertise in the Galway and Mayo markets. Having decided to establish a presence in the West of Ireland, Campion Insurance was drawn to working with Future given the company’s years of experience and intimate knowledge of the needs of local customers.

Founded in 1984 Campion Insurance has a presence in 12 locations across Ireland and employs over 180 people. Campion Insurance is a full-service insurance solutions company offering personal, business and financial insurance products. Its range includes Car, Van, Bus, Coach, Home, Farm, and Business insurance as well a full suite of financial services products including Investments, Mortgages, Pensions, Protection and Savings.

Commenting on the company expansion, Jim Campion, Chief Executive of Campion Insurance, said: “The rebrand of Future marks an exciting development for Campion Insurance as we continue to expand our footprint across the country. The company is entering two dynamic local markets in the West of Ireland while fulfilling our mission to harness the very best of local talent and expertise in these areas. Ever since the merger of both companies, we have been working behind the scenes to align the operations of the two businesses. From this week on, customers will start to see our new name rolled out in our branches in Galway City and in Claremorris.” 

“The team at Future has been trusted by its customers for many years now and we are looking forward to seeing this experience enhanced in the coming years under Campion Insurance.  Our objective is to give our customers, old and new, a wide range of competitive products that only a nationwide brokerage can provide. Bringing this value and expertise under one brand will allow us to deliver direct benefit to our customers. This business enhancement model has been extremely successful for us across the country and with a partner like Future, I am very confident that this will be the case again in Galway and Mayo.”

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