PIB makes fifth Irish acquisition


PIB Group Ltd has grown again in Ireland to mark the start of 2022.

Alan Tierney & Partners Ltd (Tierneys) earn the title of PIB’s fourth retail acquisition in the territory. The arrival of the insurance broking and financial planning firm (pending regulatory approval) to PIB is another reminder for the Group’s sights that are set on Ireland as part of its rapid international expansion strategy.

Brendan McManus, CEO for PIB Group commented, “What a great way to start the new year by giving a very warm welcome for everyone at Alan Tierney & Partners to PIB Group! They join our growing arsenal of leading brokerage businesses who will play a significant part in our journey in Ireland. For over forty years, Tierneys has grown a loyal client base who hold the business in high regard, which is testament to the team’s excellent service and relationships with insurers. I’m delighted that PIB has become the new home for this excellent business and we look forward to investing in their ongoing success.”

About Alan Tierney & Partners

Formed by Alan Tierney in 1979, Alan Tierney & Partners is a retail commercial insurance broker and a financial planning firm. The business boasts a specialism in hospitality and leisure industries, in particular the pub sector. Its headquarters in Dublin therefore provide a prime location for its niche, providing insurance solutions to the pubs in the city and surrounding counties. The team is held in high regard and widely accepted as experts with over thirty years of experience in this field. Today the team of twelve is led by Alan’s son, John Tierney.

John Tierney, MD for Alan Tierney & Partners commented: “I am delighted that Alan Tierney & Partners has joined PIB Group, which is an exciting moment in our forty-year history. This is a fantastic opportunity to align with an established group and we are especially proud to bring our expertise to their expansion journey in Ireland. We look forward to collaborating with our new colleagues across the country as well as the wider PIB family.”