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charitytimes Award Shortlisting

Access Insurance Finalists in the prestigious Charity Times Awards.

The Charity Times Awards recognises those professional companies providing outstanding services to the charity sector.

Andrew Holt, Editor of Charity Times, said that the awards celebrated the hard work, commitment and contributions to the sector. The judging was exceptionally tough and the calibre of all entries was very high. Andrew continued: “Given the strong field, tonights finalists are all shining examples of excellence and best practice for the sector, and I wish you every continuing success.”

Access Insurance provides a unique range of on-line insurance quotation facilities with easy and friendly access to an experienced team of brokers specialising in the not for profit sector. On line quotes can be obtained for a comprehensive range of covers, including contents, liabilities, disaster recovery, buildings, money, legal expenses and trustee indemnity insurance for a wide range of charities across the UK. In addition to this technological breakthrough, individually negotiated schemes for umbrella groups can be put on line within a short time frame.

Simon Hickman, Marketing and Operations Director of Access Insurance, said: ‘We were delighted to have been a finalist for the Award. Our customers required fast and easily accessible insurance services where they could have multiple quotes to choose and compare policies at varying price plans at their leisure to make informed decisions, and we have delivered on the requirement.

Please click the link to experience our on-line charity insurance quotation website. We have on-line chat facilities if you need to find out additional information or you can simply call us on 020 8651 7420.

Access Insurance were nominated for and were finalists in the Charity Times Award for Insurance Services to the Charity Sector.

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