DAS secures new five year contract with Towergate

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21 October 2013


Leading legal expenses insurer DAS has extended their long-standing relationship with Towergate Insurance, a leading chartered insurance intermediary in the UK, with a new five-year deal.

The new contract secures the legal expenses and emergency assistance business placed by the Group which includes: Towergate Underwriting, Towergate Broking, CCV and Broker Network divisions, with the added opportunity for DAS to expand into new areas.

Michael Rea, Towergate Insurance’s CEO Retail, said:  “We are impressed with the excellent service being delivered to customers from all areas of DAS, which is why we are delighted to extend our partnership with them.  We look forward to a continued successful working relationship together.”

Paul Asplin, CEO, DAS UK Group, said:  “Legislation constantly changes and this year we have seen some significant developments – not just with the introduction of LASPO, but also in employment legislation – which have made legal expenses insurance even more relevant and essential. We are delighted to have entered into this new partnership with Towergate, which ensures that their many customers have the legal protection that they need.”



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