One of Northern Ireland's leading Commercial Insurance & Risk Advisors


Large businesses have very specific insurance needs. Our Corporate team have the experience and expertise to advise you properly


Your business needs your attention 100% - let our Commercial team find the right insurance solution at the right price and let you get on with what you do best

Motor Trade

Our experienced Motor Trade team looks after a huge variety of motor trade operations and deal with the widest range of insurance companies in this specialised market


Personal insurance can be very complex. Why not let our knowledgeable and approachable team look after this for you?

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New Leadership for a New Era at ABL Insurance

2021 was a year of massive change for us here at ABL Group. As part of the many changes we’ve made this year, we have appointed a new Managing Director. Shauna Graham, who joined ABL earlier in 2021 from WTW NI.

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ABL celebrates the best of NI business leadership with IoDNI

We recently sponsored the award for Director of the Year in a Large Company at the Institute of Directors NI Awards. 

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GRP to Acquire Willis Towers Watson’s Insurance Broking Business in Northern Ireland

Global Risk Partners (GRP) has entered into an agreement with Willis Towers Watson (WTW) to acquire WTW’s commercial risk and broking business in Northern Ireland.

On completion, the £57m gross written premium (GWP) portfolio will be integrated into ABL Group, GRP’s Northern Ireland brokerage, with ABL’s CEO Maurice Boyd heading up the combined organisation.

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COVID Claims

IMPORTANT COVID 19 CLAIM NEWS - Friday 15th January The Supreme Court upheld the judgement on the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case.

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Making Sense of Government’s New VAT Rules

This month it has been confirmed that all VAT-registered businesses with a taxable turnover above £85,000 will be legally required to keep digital records and send their returns via compatible software. So what does this mean for companies and when will the new legislation come into force?

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