JELF & BLUEFIN
A new brand with a reassuring heritage. Built on decades of experience, we've proven ourselves year after year as trusted experts at what we do.
Jelf was founded in 1989, and in 2015 became part of Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC), a global leader in risk, strategy and people. In 2016 MMC acquired Bluefin and united them with Jelf. Then in 2018, a new Jelf joint branding was introduced, bringing together the rich heritage of these two leading community brokers under a single name.
Together, we're stronger than ever.
Global reach, local focus
We now have even greater reach. The global backing of MMC brings added insight, a wealth of experience, powerful tools, products and services. But we remain proudly rooted in the communities we serve.
Find your local office
We have a number of offices all across the UK. Some of our regional offices may have moved or merged, so let us know where you are and find your nearest expert.
Insurance is a legal responsibility in some cases, and a serious consideration in others. We take the time to look at your business from the inside, tackling the issues that you want to address and identifying any issues you may be unaware of.
We offer specialist risk management advice for businesses across all industry sectors. We work with you to identify risks, and ensure that you are prepared for the challenges your business faces.
We can help you to deliver a wellness strategy for your business that finds the right balance of employee benefits to maximise the physical, emotional and financial wellbeing of your employees.
Whether you are looking to insure your fine art or wine collection, want advice on your private medical insurance or want to ensure you are appropriately covered for your next holiday, don’t you want to benefit from advice that’s as individual as you are?
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