ILC partners with specialist insurer Ecclesiastical
7th February 2023Tweet
ILC is delighted to welcome Ecclesiastical Insurance as an Insurer Partner.
One of the longest established insurers in the UK, Ecclesiastical Insurance was formed more than 135 years ago to provide cover to churches and other buildings of faith.
The business has evolved over the years into a broad range of specialisms, including faith, charity, heritage, education, real estate, art and private client and insures many of the country’s most iconic buildings including castles, museums, theatres, stately homes and independent schools.
As part of the Benefact Group, an international family of companies which pledges all available profits to worthy causes, Ecclesiastical Insurance is committed to having a positive impact on the communities it serves as part of its belief that ‘better business can better lives’.
Mark Hadaway, ILC Managing Director, said, “Ecclesiastical Insurance is one of the most trusted brands in the market and we’re proud to be associated with it. Its commitment to being part of a wider ‘Movement for Good’ aligns perfectly with our own ethos of ‘Better Tomorrow’, and we’re looking forward to developing a close working relationship going forward.”
ILC and Ecclesiastical Insurance already have a shared history, with Jeremy Trott, Claims Director, among the guest speakers at last year’s inaugural MGA Claims Conference.
Jeremy said, “I’m really pleased to partner with ILC. Having spoken at last year’s conference, I know this presents us with a fantastic opportunity to share our expertise and insight with our fellow claims professionals.”
Ecclesiastical Insurance joins a strong and growing list of ILC Insurer Partners that also includes Ageas, MS&AD, Aviva, Collingwood Insurance Services, Covea Insurance, ERS, INSHUR, insure the box, LV=, Markerstudy Group, Marshmallow, Sabre Insurance Group, Swinton Group, Tesco Underwriting, Toyota Insurance Service, Zego, and Zurich.Tweet
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