Bollington Insurance finalists in two categories at British Insurance Awards

Broker shortlisted in Commercial Lines Broker of the Year and Insurance Broker of the Year categories

Bollington Insurance is delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted in two categories at this year’s British Insurance Awards.

The North-West based broker – with offices in Greater Manchester and Cheshire, and over 400 staff spanning the country – is a finalist in both the Commercial Lines Broker of the Year – SME/Mid-Corporate and Insurance Broker of the Year categories.

The prestigious awards event was originally due to take place in July but is now scheduled for the 6th October 2020 at Battersea Evolution, London.

Proud to be recognised

Bollington is proud to be amongst the most decorated insurance brokers at the event, which has now been running for over 25 years. This latest acknowledgement has been warmly welcomed by everyone at the company.

Commenting on the news that Bollington is a finalist in two categories at the British Insurance Awards, CEO Paul Moors commented:

“This is great news and a real lift for everybody in the company during these trying times.

“Bollington has led the way in our service provision for many years, building strong and lasting relationships with clients, insurers and business partners.

“To be recognised as a finalist for both Commercial Lines Broker of the Year and Insurance Broker of the Year is a real honour, reflecting highly on the dedication and hard work of the fantastic people in our business.

“In the current circumstances, we have done our outmost to be here for our clients, with almost all employees across our group working from home successfully by the end of March. Our people have been quick to adapt and strive to continually offer the best service possible.  I would like to thank them all for their hard work and dedication not just during the current crisis, but for many years.

“We are proud that our achievements have been recognised, and very much look forward to attending the event later this year.”