Camberford Law PLC, the specialist MGA, has rebranded to become Camberford Underwriting.
Simon Carter, Managing Director at Camberford Underwriting, which is based in Bromley, Kent, explained that as part of the rebrand Camberford Underwriting have also launched a new web site, ‘www.camberford.com’, designed with brokers in mind and adapting to mobile and desktop devices.
Simon said: “Our strategic acquisition of insurance underwriting software specialist Cloud Desk earlier this year has provided us with the sophisticated technology we need to deliver competitive pricing whilst ensuring sustainable returns for our capacity providers.
Our new web site will incorporate Cloud Desk technology, making it simple and efficient for our broker partners deal with us. It will also provide the platform from which we will roll out new online trading capability over the coming months.”
Clive Nathan, Chief Executive of GRP Underwriting said:
“The Camberford brand has a great heritage and is well known in the broker market for niche and specialist market expertise. Building on this foundation, the rebrand reflects the transition the business has made over the 60 years since its foundation from scheme broker to the digitally integrated MGA it is today.
About Camberford Underwriting
Established in 1958 and acquired by GRP in February 2018, Camberford Underwriting is a highly respected insurance underwriting agency with a history of providing market leading insurance solutions. We offer insurance tailored to specific trades, sectors or affinity groups through our UK-wide network of supporting retail brokers.
We also consider opportunities in other territories worldwide through local brokers and insurance companies, typically following our niche/affinity tenet. We have earned a reputation for developing and managing a number of specialised insurance schemes which are serviced by individuals and teams who are, themselves, specialists in their focus area.
Our aim is to deliver excellence through our products and with a first class service; building long term relationships.