As Brunsdon look to drive forward into 2021, 3 members of the team have been rewarded with new roles in recognition of their continuing professionalism and outstanding client work.
A long-standing member of the Brunsdon family, Robert Minshull ACII (BA Hons) has been promoted from Commercial Account Executive to Account Director with immediate effect.
“I am extremely pleased to have taken a step forward after being part of Brunsdon’s for many years.”
With 17 years under his belt, Robert is a senior figure within the Corporate team and has built close client relationships over this period and this is a great testament to not only his knowledge but the importance of putting clients first.
Howard Beddoe (Cert CII) has also been promoted to Account Director. As an integral part of the Corporate Team he holds an extensive range of industry knowledge and ever-growing skillset, providing clients with the very best advice and service.
Howard added, “I’m excited to take on my new role after 10 years with Brunsdon. The last year has been challenging for all, but our business has shown its resilience.”
“I have every faith in our continued growth, supported by our excellent team and fantastic clients. I truly believe that we are different to other brokers, providing a continual high level of service in a difficult market place.”
Finally, Toby Mills (Cert CII) has been promoted from Commercial Account Handler to Commercial Account Executive after 3 years with the company. With this role, comes a greater seniority and responsibility to provide clients with the top levels of service expected. Toby has been keen to learn and develop during his time so far and this is set to continue in 2021.
“Having started my insurance career with Brunsdon’s I am very proud to have been offered the opportunity to progress within the business and I am looking forward to what the future brings.” said Toby.
Managing Director Neville Mills commented “Myself and the Brunsdon Team would like to congratulate Robert, Howard and Toby on these great achievements and wish them all the very best for the future.”