Coface in Ireland


Present in Ireland for 11 years, the Coface Ireland office is based in the heart of Dun Laoghaire’s Commercial District, ideally located to meet with business partners.


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  • Credit Insurance
  • Business Information Reports
  • Overseas Debt Collection

Coface has been supporting the development of international trade for over 60 years and offers Export Trade Credit Insurance in over 200 countries.


This international network combined with business information on over 65 million companies means that you can be confident that wherever in the world you are trading we will know the opportunities and challenges you face.

Trade Credit Insurance

Credit Insurance protects businesses from bad debt caused by a customer's insolvency or payment default. It safeguards cash flow. So should the worst happen and non-payment occurs credit insurance will replace the cash, safeguarding the future of the company.
Find out how Credit Insurance can benefit your business

Business Information

With Coface as a partner you can extend credit to your overseas customers confidently by gaining access to Coface's powerful and dynamic business database - providing valuable credit ratings and business information on over 65 million companies worldwide.
More about our Business Information Offer

Debt Collection

Coface's debt collection services help you to manage your receivables more efficiently. Our international network provides global coverage and debt collection through our direct presence and partnerships in 97 countries.
Find out about our Debt Collection Services

Coface Country Risk Conference

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Coface Country Risk Conference 2016 - Dublin

On Thursday 9th June 2016, we held our annual Country Risk Conference in London, video streamed in Dublin. The Conference provided country and sector information to help companies and their advisers to identify the risks and rewards of trading in the UK and exporting. This will then help companies to develop a strategy to maximise their trading opportunities. 


Constantin Gurdgiev, Professor of Finance, MIIS, Monterey, California and Adjunct Professor of Finance, Trinity College, Dublin, presented in Dublin to add a view of the Irish economy.


During this half day event, experienced commentators provided insight on:


     - UK Economy - House of bricks or cards?

     - Global Recovery - Fact or fiction?

     - Cyber Security - Evolving threats and how to defend against them

     - Geopolitical Risks - Here to stay


Plus two Roundtables with further contributors from industry.



Watch the conference videos here


View the full programme here


View the speaker lineup here


2017 Conference information coming soon...

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