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Kingsbridge Crowned ‘Independent Broker of the Year’

By Dunedin,  December 19, 2018

Kingsbridge Contractor Insurance Crowned ‘Independent Broker of the Year’ at the 2018 Insurance Times Awards.

Contractor insurance specialist Kingsbridge, celebrated victory at the 2018 Insurance Times Awards on 6th December, receiving the trophy for ‘Independent Broker of the Year.'

The accolade marks a satisfying close to the awards season for the Tewkesbury-based broker, which also made it to the final shortlist for “Affiliate of the Year” at the 2018 APSCo Awards for Excellence.

One of the most prestigious events in the insurance industry calendar, the ITA’s welcomed the industry’s biggest players to the InterContinental O2 to celebrate a year’s worth of outstanding achievement.

Kingsbridge was delighted to win such a highly regarded award which recognises the continuing growth and success of the business over the last few years.

The judges gave the following rationale for the victory: “To grow fast as an independent broker you need to focus your expertise. The winner has done just that, working with recruiters to identify contractors who are under-insured, building relationships with over 400 recruitment firms across the UK, and rapidly growing turnover to £12m and profit to £5m.”

The company wishes to thank its customers, its business partners, and its staff for their continued hard work and commitment to making the business the success it is today.

Kingsbridge is backed by UK private equity house Dunedin.

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