Double first for ARAG at Underwriting Service Awards

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21 November 2016


ARAG 200x200ARAG Legal Services has again been voted best Legal Expenses Team of the Year and Managing General Agents Team of the Year at the 2016 Underwriting Service Awards, held at the Montcalm Hotel in London, last week.

The awards are presented following a detailed insight study which gathers the opinions of UK commercial and specialist broking professionals to determine the companies delivering the best service in different areas of the insurance market.

Leading legal expenses and assistance provider ARAG retained the MGA team award, after winning it in 2015, and has achieved an unprecedented fourth successive title in the legal expenses team category, having won the award every year since 2013.

“There is always something a little special about winning one of these awards”, comments David Haynes, head of underwriting and marketing at ARAG “because they directly reflect the opinions of our peers and partners in the insurance industry.”

“We have always believed that providing a better quality of service, regardless of changing commercial pressures, sits at the very heart of our success. That has to be as true for the service we provide to our business partners as it is for the service we give to their clients. It is truly gratifying that our efforts don’t go unnoticed and have been recognised again.”

Now in their sixth year, the Underwriting Service Awards are organised by Incisive Media, publishers of Insurance Post, which has been providing news to the UK insurance industry since 1840, and its monthly sister title Insurance Age.



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