Insurance at the Post Office

Expect more with Post Insurance

Post Insurance – a subsidiary of An Post and insurance service provider to hundreds of thousands of Irish customers – arrived as major force in Irish financial services on December 19, 2015. Having successfully operated previously under the One Direct brand, Post Insurance offers an array of great value insurance and associated financial services including:

You can access these services locally at any Post Office, by calling the state of the art Post Insurance Irish Call Centre on 1890 22 22 22 or by visiting

One Direct (Ireland) Limited, trading as Post Insurance, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. One Direct (Ireland) Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of An Post. Home Insurance is underwritten by Aviva Insurance Limited. Car Finance is provided by Post Insurance Car Finance which is a registered business name of First Citizen Finance DAC. Travel Insurance is arranged, administered and underwritten by AIG Europe Limited. Pet Insurance is arranged and administered by Kainos Associates LLP and underwritten by Millennium Insurance Company Limited.  Post Insurance is a tied agent of New Ireland Assurance Company plc for life assurance business. Life assurance policies are underwritten and provided by New Ireland Assurance Company plc.

One Direct (Ireland) Limited, trading as Post Insurance, is authorised by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission to act as a credit intermediary under the Consumer Credit Act 1995, and is regulated accordingly. Under this authorisation, Post Insurance offers Car Finance, in the form of a Hire Purchase Agreement on behalf of First Citizen Finance DAC, trading as Post Insurance Car Finance. Post Insurance will complete the application form with you, and pass the completed application form to First Citizen Finance DAC, trading as Post Insurance Car Finance, who will finalise the application process and administer the product from that instance onwards


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