Covéa Insurance strengthens its presence with more senior hires in the South

30th September 2014

Covéa Insurance has made further moves to expand its Southern trading team with the appointments of Martin Rees and Jonny Gilmore.

Martin has joined the company from Towergate and will take responsibility for Broker Development in the South West and Wales. Martin will be joining the Bristol Regional Team along with Jonny Gilmore, who has moved from NIG in the role of Senior Regional Underwriter to develop the regional commercial account.

Keith Hector, who heads up Covéa Insurance’s business in the South, said;

“Following the recent addition of Gareth Roberts to the London team I am really pleased to secure two more high calibre individuals. Bringing Martin, Jonny and Gareth into the South team is further evidence of our commitment to building on our successful regional operation, delivering a high quality and experienced trading operation for our brokers”.




About Covéa Insurance

Covéa Insurance Plc is the UK underwriting business of leading French mutual insurance group Covéa (which includes the global reinsurer PartnerRe since July 2022). 

Covéa Insurance looks after the insurance needs of UK customers, across a range of product lines; delivering financial reassurance through its Standard & Poor’s ‘AA- stable’ rating, as a guaranteed subsidiary of Covéa.  

Covéa Insurance has a strong people and service ethos and holds ServiceMark accreditation with Distinction for its Personal Lines operation and its Commercial & HNW Claims teams, as well as Chartered Insurer status for its Commercial business. Covéa Insurance is signatory to the HM Treasury Women in Finance Charter and the insurance Inclusivity Pledge and has been named one of the top 75 employers in West Yorkshire & the Humber. In 2022 Covéa Insurance was named Insurer of the Year at the British Claims Awards and Personal Lines Insurer of the Year at the Insurance Times Awards.

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