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With the imminent introduction of Auto Enrolment in 2022, there is a risk that this could create complacency in the short term, writes Rose Leonard, Zurich’s Head of Corporate Distribution and Customer Relationships.

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David Craig and Niall Henry are revolutionising architectural and product design. They talk to Zurich about how contemporary design is impacting how we will live in the future.  

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In an interview with InBusiness magazine, Joe Creegan, Head of Corporate Life & Pensions at Zurich, talks about auto-enrolment, industry reform and the challenge of making pensions attractive.

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The tradition of making hurling sticks is steeped in age-old techniques, but Barry Reynolds is taking a future-first approach and transforming traditional ash hurls into composite ones. 

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Sara Urasini and Brian Stephens, product and experience designers at Design Partners, talk to Zurich about wearable technology and why the future is closer than we think. 

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Galway chef and restaurateur, JP McMahon talks to Zurich about why he thinks the future of food is connectivity. He also shares what he sees as his vision for gastronomy in Ireland.

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  • Awards

Zurich picked up the award for ‘Best Life and Pensions’ at the 2018 Chambers Ireland InBusiness Recognition Awards.

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  • Awards

Last night everyone in Zurich was delighted to win four awards at the Brokers Ireland Life Service Excellence Awards, including the Overall Financial Broker Excellence award. 

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Employee wellbeing initiatives are a welcomed addition to the workplace says Zurich’s Rose Leonard, but a key component must be the inclusion of financial health programmes for staff.

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Zurich’s pension research finds that an alarming number of people don’t have the benefit of an advisor or broker to discuss financial planning with, and this according to Linda Gallagher from First Ireland, is cause for concern.