Looking to go forward together


The events of the last three years have shown us what an uncertain world we live in and no matter how much we prepare we cannot always be 100% ready, but it proper planning can help.

The Covid-Pandemic was extremely difficult for everyone, and the problems it bought about will be with us for a time to come, while the war in Ukraine has served to reminded us how small the world has become and how events in one country can have a devastating effect across the globe.

Events such as these serve to remind us how important it it to plan for both expected and unexpected events and while we cannot plan fully for every eventuality, proper planning can help support us through troubled times.

At FitzGerald’s our combination of experience, expertise and understanding puts us in an ideal position to help you prepare for the challenges your future holds.

Whether it is making plans to cover financial loss through unexpected death or illness, or helping you make advance preparation for your retirement, we can help you.

We can explain your options in plain language and not being tied to any one financial institution, can source the product best suited to your needs and circumstances.

Our office hours are 9.00 am to 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm. to 5.00 pm- Monday to Friday. If you would like an appointment we would ask that you contact us in advance, so that we can ensure full safety measures are in place to protect both you and our staff – we thank you for your cooperation in this regard.

Please remember – we never ever take your support and needs for granted as you are the lifeblood of our business.

FitzGerald Life & Pensions Ltd. are Financial Advisors, regulated as Authorised Advisers by the Central Bank of Ireland. We provide broad based professional and impartial advice in relation to Life & Illness Protection, Pension Planning, Regular Savings, Deposits & Investments.

Based in Waterford City, Fitzgerald Life & Pensions Ltd., is a locally owned company with a national profile with customers from Waterford to Donegal, from Dublin to Kerry