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Commercial Insurance Awards: Call for entries

Written by the Commercial Insurance Awards team
2016-10-26

The deadline for entries for the 4th annual Commercial Insurance Awards is fast approaching. The showcase for excellence within business insurance, the Commercial Insurance Awards, hosted by CIR Magazine, represents the pinnacle of best practice, a chance to learn from the best, a fantastic gala dinner, entertainment and the chance to network.

This year’s judges include Sue Brierly, Group Risk & Insurance Manager, Hanson UK; Iain Hovell, Director of Insurance, IHG; Paul Johnson, Director, Financial Institutions Group, Barclays Bank; Chris McTear, Insurance Manager, Thames Tideway Tunnel; Xavier Mutzig, Group Insurance Manager, Johnson Matthey; Donal O'Hanlon, Group Insurance & Resilience Manager, Arcadia; Kathy Slowther, Insurance and Risk Manager, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Neil Timberlake, Group Insurance Director, Land Securities.

View the full list of categories and entry criteria.

Deadline for entries: 9th November 2016.

The Commercial Insurance Awards winners will be announced at the highly anticipated gala dinner and ceremony on 9 March 2016 at the Millennium Hotel London Mayfair. The event was attended by over two hundred and fifty guests in 2016 and this year is set to be bigger and better than ever.

Find out more at http://www.commercialinsuranceawards.com/awards/

For the latest news follow us @CIR_Magazine #CommercialInsurance


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