Insurance brokers in Leeds (Whitehall Quay)
Personal and approachable insurance brokers in Leeds
Our Leeds office has a friendly environment and our clients benefit from a personal and approachable service, which is reflected in our fantastic client retention rate. We offer an advised service, to ensure that we provide products that meet our clients’ needs. With access to a panel of insurers we are able to select a suitable product at the best price. We have a consistent approach to customer service, meaning that clients receive the same high level of service whoever they speak to. As well as providing competitive personal lines products, we offer specialist insurance products which are managed by our expert team. We don’t operate as a standard call centre, which means we are able to offer a personalised service to our clients, despite not having a high street presence.
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Proud to be in Leeds
The Leeds office moved to Thorpe Park in 2012, the previous Leeds office was a Layton Blackham office and was acquired by Bluefin around 2010. The office moved to Thorpe Park and had around 25 staff, and subsequently grew to around 60. We currently have approximately 50 staff dealing with the old Bromley book of business – home and motor under our “50Plus” brand, and a Boiler warranty scheme under our “Boilerplus” brand, and the Leeds business including a bespoke Childminders scheme. In 2018, we moved to a new office in the centre of Leeds.
For businesses like yours
We focus on helping UK SMEs and growing corporates. This means everything we do is designed to help and support unique businesses like yours.
Feedback from you in Leeds
Laura went above and beyond what would normally be expected. Even whilst she was on annual leave she still provided daily progress updates.
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