Ashbourne Insurance is delighted to announce the appointment of four new staff members. The two newest recruits are Charlotte Burridge and James Barber who have both joined the independent insurance broker as retail sales advisors.
They join Kirsty Quintin and Kiara Hunt who recently took up roles with the family-run firm having both previously worked in the insurance industry. Kirsty was appointed as a retail sales advisor and Kiara is a junior administrator who will split her time between the company’s Hoddesdon and Cheshunt branches.
Peter Smits, Ashbourne’s Managing Director said: “I am delighted to be welcoming Charlotte, James, Kirsty and Kiara to Ashbourne. I’m sure they will be a great asset to the company and I know they are all looking forward to delivering the excellent “award-winning” customer service we are renowned for.
“Many companies are having to cut back on staff recruitment so the fact we are taking on new people is very positive
Our growing work load is partly down to the economic climate which encourages people to turn to reputable insurance brokers who they can trust to find them the most suitable policies at the best prices. When money is tight people really don’t want to discover that their “bargain” insurance policy doesn’t cover what they thought it did and won’t pay out in the event of a claim.”
Ashbourne Insurance was established 32 years ago and has offices in Amwell Street, Hoddesdon and High Street, Cheshunt. It offers a wide range of business and personal insurance along with a claims advisory service. It is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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