Staff have highest qualifications

A Shropshire insurance company is celebrating after its seventh member of staff achieved their accreditation with the Chartered Institute of Insurance.

Daniel Butler, 34, who has recently started with Beaumont Lawrence, based in Shrewsbury, has just passed his examinations for the Accredited Chartered Institute of Insurance (ACII).

He is the seventh member of staff at the family-run insurance broker to receive the accolade and become an associate of the Chartered Institute of Insurance.

Ben Lawrence, managing director, said Beaumont Lawrence has a very high percentage of ACII staff.

He said: “We are also the only chartered insurance broker in the county, which recognises the fact we are at the forefront of the brokering community. There are less than 100 nationally accredited brokers in the country.

“We are very proud of Daniel for reaching this high point of his career. It proves our commitment to the technical experience of our staff and that we know what  we are talking about. We have the professionalism and the qualifications to prove it.”

Mr Butler started at the firm in June as an account handler.

He said: “I am enjoying working for Beaumont Lawrence very much. I am so pleased to have passed the examinations after several years of studying.

“It means I will be able to pass on that knowledge to clients and give them the very best advice possible.”

Beaumont Lawrence offers a wide range of insurance products for all sizes of business across the UK – from SMEs to large multi-national corporate.

Every client account is subject to a continuous risk appraisal procedure, enabling the company to recommend updates to client’s policies, premiums or cover whenever necessary.

Mr Lawrence said commercial insurance is rarely straightforward and often very complex.

He said: “An essential process of our client relations is to gain a thorough understanding of their business and through this professional approach, we provide effective solutions, specifically tailored to client needs.”


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