ARAG expands ATE team with four appointments

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22 September 2017


ARAGLeading legal expenses and assistance provider ARAG has expanded its after-the-event (ATE) insurance operation with the appointment of a new Account Manager to help service increasing demand among solicitors for the company’s growing range of ATE solutions.

Jonathan Bassey has joined the company as Account Manager for the company’s after-the-event (ATE) business. Jonathan will be working with law firms and ATE intermediaries, particularly in the North and East of England.

“At a time when several ATE providers have left the market in one way or another, ARAG is continuing our path of steady growth.” comments Director and Head of ATE, Paul Hurley. “Jonathan has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the legal market that will assist us as we expand our ATE product range to existing and new customers.” 

The company has also appointed another new ATE Underwriter, William Snelling, and Harriet Dean who joined the ATE division’s Case Management Unit, in recent weeks, as well as Claims Auditor Jaskaren Dhaliwal, who will work auditing both ATE and BTE case files.

The appointments continue a period of steady expansion for ARAG, which passed the 100 employee milestone earlier this year.



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