This campaign helps to let people know about our businesses rich heritage and presence in Ireland of nearly 200 years and encourages them to contact a Financial Broker.
In it, Gilbert, the pelican in our logo comes to life, as he travels across the ages from 1820s Tipperary, to Victorian-era Cork, through to modern-day Dublin and Mayo. This journey represents our businesses near 200-year heritage in Ireland; from the first Caledonian Insurance Company office, which opened on Dame Street in 1824, through to our current day, where our commitment to protect Irish customers and communities is as strong as ever.
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At Royal London Ireland, we like to look out for our customers.
In fact, our businesses heritage in Ireland means, we’ve been protecting them for nearly 200 years.
Supporting communities with essential financial services like Life cover back then… just like we do now.
Because things might have changed through the years, but our values haven’t.
Royal London Ireland. Every generation. Under our wing.
Get in touch with your Financial Broker to find out more.
Life | Mortgage Protection | Specified Serious Illness | Income Protection Cover | Pensions.
Royal London Insurance DAC, trading as Royal London Ireland, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
Gilbert, our protective pelican
Our pelican is an integral part of the Royal London Ireland brand. Pelicans have been a symbol of generosity and protection for centuries, along with having a royal past.
Our mutual mindset
We’re a fully owned subsidiary of The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited, the largest mutual life, pensions and investment company in the UK. Our parent company’s mutuality, meaning it is customer and member owned with no shareholders, allows us to adopt a mutual mindset. This means we take a longer-term view and focus on providing best customer outcomes.
More about Royal London Ireland
Our Purpose, 'Protecting today, investing in tomorrow. Together we are mutually responsible' drives everything we do for our customers, financial brokers and society. Find out what makes Royal London different