Leading after-the-event insurance provider ARAG has appointed Emma Wilson to the key role of ATE Account Manager for western England.

Reporting to Mike Knight, ARAG’s UK Sales Manager for after-the-event business, Emma is responsible for developing new relationships with solicitors and nurturing existing ones in the North West, West Midlands and Bristol.

Emma brings experience working in both the legal expenses insurance sector as well as for law firms, including Bott and Co.

Commenting on the appointment, Mike Knight said:

Emma brings the perfect mix of legal and insurance experience. As a law graduate, CILEX member and from her time working at law firms, she genuinely appreciates the needs of our solicitor partners.

But she also has a lot of experience in ATE underwriting. So, Emma really understands how our ATE products work and how that translates into real benefits for both solicitors and their clients.

Responding to Mike’s comments, Emma added:

ARAG’s reputation as an innovative and progressive business that is truly committed to providing access to justice is very appealing. I am excited to get out and meet our solicitor partners and looking forward to developing relationships with firms that may be new to ARAG.

 

Notes to Editors

ARAG plc is part of the global ARAG Group, the largest family-owned enterprise in the German insurance industry. Founded in 1935, on the principle that every citizen should be able to assert their legal rights, ARAG now employs more than 4,400 people in 19 countries around the world and generates revenue and premium income totalling €1.9 billion.

Operating in the UK since 2006, ARAG plc provides a comprehensive suite of ‘before-the-event’ and ‘after-the-event’ legal expenses insurance products and assistance solutions to protect both businesses and individuals.

 

Contacts

Rachael Wornes, Marketing Manager, ARAG UK, 0117 917 1578, pressoffice@arag.co.uk
Paul Jacobs, Director, Consultable, 079 0982 1731, paul@consultable.co.uk

Disclaimer - all information in this article was correct at time of publishing.

 
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