Northern Ireland's Leading Commercial Insurance Broker & Risk Advisor

Corporate

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

Commercial

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

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

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Role model Katie strikes a pose

Congratulations to Katie O'Neill, a wonderful ABL Group ambassador who reached the County Antrim final of this year's Rose of Tralee

Sponsors of Armagh Rugby Club Minis Tour 2019

ABL were delighted to sponsor new kits for the City of Armagh rugby club for their 'minis' team tour to Lake Garda Italy. ABL Associate Director Lesley Ann Starrett of our Armagh branch organised the sponsorship for the boys who look great in their new kit.

ABL Group raises £6,500 for local charity AWARE

What a proud moment today handing over a cheque for £6,500 to our nominated charity AWARE(NI). ABL Group Director Gary Crabbe with Lesley Wright, Community & Event Fundraising Officer for Aware NI., plus some of the staff council who have led our fundraising efforts.

Scullers go the distance in charity showcase

ABL Group Chief Executive Maurice Boyd pictured with team mascot during this years's Dragon Boat Race in aid of AWARE Northern Ireland.

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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