National Insurance Awards winners announced!

The winners of the 2021 National Insurance Awards were revealed at last night's gala dinner and awards ceremony.

Hosted by comedian Felicity Ward, the National Insurance Awards showcase outstanding performance in general insurance.

Congratulations to everyone shortlisted, and especially to...

Commercial Lines Broker of the Year
Business Choice Direct

Claims Team of the Year
Brit Insurance

Commercial Lines Specialist Broker of the Year
McCarron Coates

Personal Lines Broker of the Year
P J Hayman & Company

Travel Insurance Award

Claims Initiative of the Year
Zurich Insurance & Carpe Data

Lloyds and the London Market Award
Munich Re

Cyber Product of the Year

InsurTech Award
MS&AD TX Connected

Communications Team of the Year
AXIS Capital

Innovative Product Award

Innovative Product Award - Technology

Initiative of the Year

ESG Award
Willis Towers Watson

Specialist Coverage Award

Growth Company of the Year
Lloyd & Whyte

Insurance Recruiter of the Year
Insure Recruitment

Insurance Law Firm of the Year
DAC Beachcroft

Digital Insurance Award
Ki Insurance

Inclusion and Diversity Award

Commercial Lines Insurer of the Year
Direct Commercial

Loss Adjusting Award

National Insurance Awards 2022

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