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Griffiths & Armour appoints Towergate PI insurance team

Griffiths & Armour are pleased to announce the expansion of their Professional Risks division following the appointment of an experienced Professional Indemnity team. The appointments and subsequent plans support the firms continued development and provision of service excellence to the growing national client portfolio advised from their Manchester office.

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The joining team, formerly of Towergate Professional Indemnity, includes Rowan Davies (an Insurance Broker specialising in IT), Matthew Didlick (responsible for Business Development for SMEs and Intermediaries), Mark Day (an Account Handler) and Charlotte Morgan (an Assistant Contract Reviewer). They will be joined in the new year by Peter Monks (an Insurance Broker specialising in Construction) and Jim Brindley (an Insurance Broker specialising in Solicitors). The team will work in close collaboration with Griffiths & Armour Professional Risks Development Partner, Paul Berg and Director, Graeme Tinney, who heads up the firm’s Manchester Professional Risks team.

Paul Berg commented: “The team have a reputation for providing first class support to a broad range of professional clients, from architects and engineers through to solicitors. Each individual has shown great enthusiasm for the significant opportunities that life at Griffiths & Armour will provide. Graeme and I are both excited about the potential for growth, and we look forward to building a successful and integrated team.”

Griffiths & Armour Professional Risks Managing Director, Carl Evans, added: “We are pleased that the team have joined the Griffiths & Armour family. We are an excellent home to professional individuals or teams who place excellence in client service as their priority, and these appointments represent a focus on providing a high quality of co-ordinated services to all of our clients from our established centres of excellence in the North West. Such appointments support our wider development and growth ambitions, and we expect this to be the first of a number of similar arrangements”.

Group Chief Executive, Steve Bamforth concluded: “Our plans to create a seamless service proposition across our corporate and professions businesses make this acquisition of experience, technical capability and enthusiasm an ideal fit to our growing business. We welcome the team to Griffiths & Armour.”

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