Broadway insurance brokers may still be relatively new entrants to the UK insurance brokerage market, but it continues to strengthen its activities, as emphasized by its latest senior appointment – Martin Lilly (pictured), who joined the team as corporate director of services,
In her 25-year career, Lily has advised some of Britain’s biggest brands related to retail, sports and logistics. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute (FCII) and has spent the past decade in senior positions. Marsh And Come on. Daniel Lloyd-John, chief executive of Broadway, noted that Lily’s appointment was in line with her firm commitment to hiring insurance professionals capable of improving her business roster and services provided to individual clients.
“Martin is truly recognized as the most experienced and capable person, when it comes to advising both big corporate brands and emerging enterprises on their insurance needs,” he said. News for Broadway and its clients but a testament to the progress we have made in such a short time. ”
Lily added more credibility to Broadway’s corporate offer, Lloyd-John said, which has already seen it become the preferred advisor to several prominent Northwest companies. He noted that the senior team that has assembled at Broadway has made great progress since the beginning and the company will announce more recruitments in the coming months to develop the level of support it can provide to clients.
“It’s an emphasis on providing a very tailored service of the highest possible quality that has enabled us to quickly appeal to a wide range of private and corporate clients across the Northwest,” he said.
Last month, Broadway revealed that it had arranged for more than half a billion pounds of assets for corporate and private clients across the Northwest in its first year. Lloyd-John highlights that the broker’s existing corporate clients feature businesses in a variety of sectors, including logistics, engineering, manufacturing, construction and real estate – a significant number of which exceed 250 million.