TEn Insurance Services, the network for independent commercial brokers is pleased to announce that it has been shortlisted for the Best Companies to Work for in Insurance Broking 2016 award, at the UK Broker Awards in September.
Comments TEn Business Development Director James Sharp, “The news of this recognition came as something of a surprise, the entry forms having been completed and staff feedback having been communicated some months previously.
The TEn network is delighted to be one of the 2016 sponsors of the Manchester Institute’s Style in The City fashion event on the 24th of June at the Midland Hotel. Hurray!
Better still, we are giving away a couple of seats at our table to two lucky ladies who would care to join us on the day.
TEn Insurance Services Ltd, the network for independent brokers, is pleased to welcome Barbara Bradshaw as a non-executive director to its main Board.
As everybody knows, Barbara had a long standing involvement with the Institute of Insurance Brokers (IIB) and ultimately held the role of Chief Executive. In 2011 she led the IIB’s negotiations for merging with BIBA and, subsequently, continued to work within BIBA after the merger for over three years.
TEn Insurance Services Ltd, the network for independent brokers, is pleased to announce Ray Heap as its new Broker Development Manager, based (initially) working from his home in Taunton.
Ray has spent the whole of his career, since 1977, within the Insurance industry. His employment roll of honour includes the following organisations: - Federated Insurance, Bradford & Pennine, London & Edinburgh, Folgate Insurance, COBRA Network and the Compass Network.
TEn Insurance Services, the network for independent commercial brokers, is happy to announce that the year ending 2015 produced - once again - an encouraging set of financial results.
December 2015 saw TEn standing at a membership of 105 brokers, GWP up by 30% compared to 2014 and earnings up by 31% for a second consecutive year. The company had originally predicted GWP growth at 22.5% and earnings a little higher at 25% up.