Ashbourne Insurance has appointed a new Commercial Insurance Manager to head up its growing team.
Paul Richardson has recently taken over as Manager at the High Street, Cheshunt branch of the independent, high-street broker and has been busy interviewing candidates to join him in the rapidly expanding department.
A former pupil of Richard Hale School, Hertford, Paul has worked in the insurance industry for many years.
Paul commented: “I am delighted to have joined Ashbourne Insurance and look forward to meeting many businesses across the county in the coming months. We have got a great team at Cheshunt and I will also be spending time with the Commercial team at Hoddesdon to ensure we offer a cohesive and comprehensive service to all customers in Hertfordshire.”
Sales Director of Ashbourne Insurance Matthew Hunt said: “We are delighted to welcome Paul to Ashbourne. He has a wealth of experience to offer our increasing number of commercial clients and I’m sure he will be a great asset to the team.”
The 31-year-old family-run business, which also has offices in Amwell Street, Hoddesdon, provides both personal and commercial insurance. The commercial side has expanded over recent years with more and more local businesses from sole traders to multi-million pound organisations – turning to Ashbourne for a variety of services including Professional Indemnity Insurance, Business Liability Insurance, shop insurance, office insurance, property owners insurance, motor fleet insurance and motor trade insurance.
Ashbourne offers a wide range of business and personal insurance along with a claims advisory service. It is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
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