Drewberry in running to win three Protection Review Awards

NEWS RELEASE

Drewberry Insurance is delighted to announce we are shortlisted in three categories for the forthcoming Protection Review Awards.

The shortlist shows Drewberry Insurance is nominated in the following three categories:

  • Protection Intermediary of the Year
  • Health Insurance Intermediary of the Year
  • Individual Protection Adviser of the Year

The winners will be announced at the Protection Review Awards Dinner which is held on 15 July at The Landmark London Hotel.

Drewberry Insurance Director, Tom Conner, says: “We are extremely pleased to make the shortlist for three categories of this prestigious event. Our proposition is about educating our clients about the financial risks they face and advising them on the most appropriate cover. We are fanatical about providing the best service and ensuring they can then make informed decisions.

“We are not about ‘pressure’ selling and this is what makes the difference – as our fully independent customer reviews demonstrate. There is significant under-insurance in the UK as far as protection cover goes and we want to bring about better knowledge and to increase financial security for more individuals, their families and businesses.”

The core products for personal clients Drewberry provides guidance on are income protection, life insurance, family insurance benefit, private medical insurance, critical illness cover and mortgage protection insurance.

For business clients, we advise on group life insurance (death in service), corporate private medical insurance, keyman insurance, shareholder protection, relevant life insurance and executive income protection.

About Drewberry Insurance

Drewberry Insurance is an expanding business, which was founded in 2009 by Andrew Jenkinson and Tom Conner, with offices in London, Brighton and Leicester.

About Protection Review

Protection Review, which focuses on the life and health protection markets, was established in 2003 by industry experts Peter Le Beau and Andy Couchman, who were joined in 2010 by fellow specialist, Kevin Carr.