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Dec 18, 2013

Oval Insurance Voted National Broker of the Year

Oval Insurance Broking (Oval) were voted National Broker of the Year at the prestigious Insurance Times 2013 Awards in December 2013. In an insurance market dominated by household names, we’ve won the independent, peer recognition that validates the work we do for our clients, how we do it and the influence we now carry within the industry. 

So - ask yourself whether your current risk and insurance programme provides the right bespoke cover and exceptional value for your business? Does your broker deliver specialist advice, performance protection and highly competitive premiums? If you have answered ‘no’– or even ‘not sure’ - then come and talk to a broker that knows how to put you first.

Welcome to Oval: we became BIAZA corporate members last year and look forward to working with you all in 2014. We are national - but with offices near you, we are also local.  With our specialist approach that’s ensures your programme fits with your specific needs; we’ll identify the gaps that can leave you exposed. We work with leading Zoo’s/Parks insurers to arrange bespoke programmes - including specialist insurance facilities that are only available from us. 

For us it’s about doing a great job - simply, efficiently and cost effectively. And now there’s a gong on the mantelpiece to prove that we mean business. Why not test our mettle?


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