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ERS promotes Jonathan Watson to Sales and Marketing Director

ERS, the largest specialist motor insurance syndicate in Lloyd’s of London, is combining its Sales and Marketing departments under the leadership of current Marketing Director, Jonathan Watson.

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Introducing Ming, our New Business Development Manager

Ming Wan, who has recently been appointed as our New Business Development Manager, discusses his new role and what makes ERS stand out in the market.

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Ratings need to be front and centre of brokers’ decisions in 2019

One of life’s great certainties is that the price of goods and services matters a lot to most people in most industries. In our sector this is as reassuring as it can be challenging, for there is always particular scrutiny given to the pricing of the policies being sold. 

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Petrol Head Heaven

We spoke to Adrian Moody, our Enthusiast Product Manager about his experience at Autosport International this year.

I was particularly excited to see the McLaren Senna which took pride of place on the REIS Motorsport stand as I had personally underwritten this risk previously. It was also inspiring to see the younger generation from numerous colleges in attendance, involved in the development of future concepts and innovations.

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Tractor Snow

Saving lambs, protecting livelihoods

If the rumours are true the UK is about to experience a triple polar vortex which will trigger HEAVY SNOW across UK in January. Admittedly there’s a fair amount of scaremongering and misinformation bandied about at this time of year, but suffice it to say that a big freeze is frankly the last thing the UK’s farmers want right now.

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Raising a glass to the iconic vehicles of cinema at this year’s London Classic Car Show

Can it really be 60 years since the Mini first hit the streets of the UK?

The Mini is one of the auto world’s true icons, not just because of its popularity or design innovations, but because of its association with The Italian Job, the most iconic motoring heist movie in history. The Italian Job not only made the Mini cool, but it ensured the vehicle would transcend motoring and forever occupy a place in the hearts of film lovers across the globe.

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Intro Annie For Blog

Introducing Annie, our new Prestige Product Manager

Supercars, High Net Worth customers, theft…oh my. Annie Ward is a busy lady heading up the Prestige team at ERS. We caught up with Annie to find out what trends she is seeing for 2019, her role, her love for fast cars and the stories behind them…

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The supercar born in Scotland

When you think of classic supercars, most of think of Maserati, Ferrari and Porsche. It’s not often people go north to fulfil their supercar dreams, but given it is St. Andrew’s Day, we're casting an eye to the Highlands and the Argyll Turbo GT.

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Rural Road Safety

Lack of rural road safety is a bigger problem than tractor congestion

The times they are A-changing for Britain’s A-roads. New proposals from the Highways Agency suggest turfing tractors off newly upgraded A-roads for reasons of safety and congestion.

The likelihood is that, for the vast majority of farmers, the proposals will have minimal impact, however, the limited nature of these proposals does serve to draw attention to what isn’t being addressed – namely, how to improve road safety the multitude of narrow and meandering country lanes used daily by the UK’s farming community.  

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Newletter Dec 2

Introducing Stuart Boles, Regional Trading Underwriter for Fleet at ERS in Scotland & Northern Ireland.

As ERS continues to expand its UK regional operations, Stuart Boles tells us about his first few months at ERS.

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