Griffiths & Armour become Associates of the British Retail Consortium

Griffiths & Armour become Associates of the British Retail Consortium

GRIFFITHS & ARMOUR INSURANCE BROKERS is pleased to announce that they have become Associates of the British Retail Consortium (BRC).

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The move is the latest step in becoming one of the leading insurance brokers for the industry, having built up a broad portfolio of both national and international retail clients over the last decade.

Drawing upon that experience and capability, joining the BRC enables Griffiths & Armour to develop their understanding of the sector and enhance their proposition even further.

Director at Griffiths & Armour, Troy Johnson, says, “We’ve always worked hard to ensure we know our clients’ business and sectors inside out, in order to best serve and pre-empt their needs. The retail sector is no different and we feel privileged to have such a fantastic client base.

“Griffiths & Armour has a brilliant team who provide award-winning service*. But we recognise that to be good is not good enough. We continually strive to be noticeably better and to keep on getting better. By joining the BRC, we’re looking forward to sharing ideas and our expertise in this industry to support our clients even further.”

The membership also helps to place Griffiths & Armour firmly on the map as insurance broking professionals of choice for the retail sector.

*Griffiths & Armour were awarded Outstanding Broker Claims Individual at the prestigious Insurance Times Awards 2014.

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