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Zurich employees support tree growth and sustainability in Fernhill Park by helping to remove plastic tree guards at Fernhill Park in Stepaside, Dublin.

In this podcast marking World Down Syndrome Day on 21st March, Robyn Richardson talks to Colm Blake, Head of Insurance Marketing and Ashley Kelly, Talent Acquisitions Manager at Zurich Ireland about Zurich’s partnership with Down Syndrome Ireland, how we are supporting this charitable organisation and creating a meaningful workplace for people with disabilities.

International Women’s Day (IWD) 2024 takes place on 8th March, and as part of Zurich’s continued commitment to gender balance and diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB), we would like to take the opportunity to mark the occasion by showcasing women in leadership roles within our business. 

Zurich marks 150 year journey from startup to leading global insurer. By reacting constructively to challenges as the modern world emerged, Zurich has evolved into a global business covering more than 210 countries and territories.

To officially mark Zurich’s partnership with Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI), Barry Sheridan, CEO of DSI and the DSI fundraising team were welcomed to the Zurich office in Blackrock.

Zurich Insurance plc and National Gallery of Ireland, along with Crawford Art Gallery, won Best Long-Term Partnership at the 2022 Business to Arts Awards for the annual Zurich Portrait Prize and Zurich Young Portrait Prize competitions.

Zurich Life are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Pink Ribbon All Ireland Cycle Challenge in aid of breast cancer research.
Coming together for the first time in person, the Power 2 Progress shared learning day in UCD last month, finally gave us a chance to meet some of the fantastic students and teachers from the programme.

The World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2022 presents the results of the latest Global Risks Perception Survey, followed by analysis of key risks emanating from current economic, societal, environmental and technological tensions.

A portrait of a mother practicing healing methods on her son has been revealed as the winner of the National Gallery of Ireland’s Zurich Portrait Prize. And Della Cowper-Gray was announced as the winner of this years Zurich Young Portrait Prize.