Keycare links with Bollington Insurance Brokers
Bollington Insurance Brokers - one of the UK’s largest independent
insurance brokers - is including Keycare’s cover for lost and stolen
keys in its home insurance provision for foster carers.
Operating out of four offices across the North West, Bollington
provides home insurance and specialist cover for FosterTalk - a
not-for-profit membership organisation which provides advice,
information and support for foster carers.
Mark Bowers, marketing communications executive for Bollington
Insurance Brokers, explained: “Many foster carers struggle to obtain
appropriate or competitively priced home insurance because standard
personal home insurance policies do not allow for the types of risk that
come into play where foster children are involved. That is why we have
developed specific insurance for FosterTalk members.
“We have worked with Keycare before and they have always been an
efficient provider. Offering Keycare cover as part of the package gives
us a useful additional selling point.”
Said Keycare chief executive David Robertson: “It is rewarding that
our expertise will help members of FosterTalk - a tremendous
organisation which makes a big difference to foster carers and the
children and young people they look after.”
The latest contract follows a raft of new business wins for
Shipley-based Keycare - the UK’s largest provider of insurance for lost
and stolen keys whose clients span small and medium sized enterprises
and blue chip organisations across sectors including banking, motor
insurance and retail.
Across the last 12 months the business has clinched contracts with
high profile names including NCI Vehicle Rescue PLC, Go Skippy Car
Insurance - and auto insurer Chaucer Direct.
In the last few months alone Keycare has made a hat trick of senior
board appointments and promoted three employees to associate directors.
As the price of replacing keys continues to rocket - in some
instances electronically programmed keys can cost as much as £1,000 or
more to replace - Keycare’s products provide reassurance to customers if
they lose their keys.
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