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Claims forum with Aviva in Norwich attended by Claims Team Leader Anne Till & Director Paul Brown.
Two Franklands Directors coming together in good spirit
Merry Christmas, from everyone at Franklands!
Along with 19 other teams our intrepid quiz team entered the cauldron that is the annual Networking Derby Christmas Quiz.
Franklands Account Handler Clare Brewin pounded the streets in the inaugural Derby 10 mile road race to raise an amazing £400 for Franklands annual charity, Treetops Hospice Care.
Mandy Belcher is thrilled!
With Gibraltar based Enterprise Insurance being declared insolvent, less than two years after Malta based Setanta Insurance suffered the same fate, why are Insurance Brokers still recommending unrated insurers to their valued clients?
Derby and Burton based insurance and risk management specialists, Franklands, has retained its position as one of the Top 100 Insurance Brokers in the UK for a fourth year in a row.
We are delighted to note that Franklands Director Paul Brown has again been listed in the Derby Telegraph Inspirational 250 list.
The list highlights business people across Derbyshire who have made an inspiring contribution to the economic prosperity of the region.
Burton Albion chairman Ben Robinson welcomed Paul Brown of Franklands and over 20 other Burton Albion partner businesses to the football club’s inaugural business networking event.
The Chancellor has announced in his 2016 Autumn Statement that Insurance Premium Tax will increase yet again to 12% from June 2017.
Last Friday evening Franklands and Mercia Image Ltd hosted the first “Fizz n Biz”, a networking event to introduce the weekend.
Franklands Managing Director David Harrison was invited to speak at the PKF Cooper Parry Cyber Security Seminar.
It is important for businesses to understand the impact of the weakening pound on their insurance sums insured.
Cybercrime is again amongst the main stories in today’s news with a recent study finding 50% of UK business respondents having experienced economic crime, a statistic which is overshadowed by Government data proving 9 in 10 large UK businesses being successfully breached.