Knight Frank Finance enters into partnership with Gallagher

Gallagher has agreed a partnership with Knight Frank Finance, the real estate company’s mortgage and insurance advisory service arm.

Under the agreement, the insurance broker and risk management company will offer property, contents, jewellery and watches, wine, and fine art cover to Knight Frank Finance’s clients in the UK.

Andrew Cunis, managing director of Gallagher’s Private Clients practice, said: “I am extremely proud that we have secured this new partnership with Knight Frank. The key to being appointed as their dedicated insurance broker was our ability to offer a differentiated value proposition that will see us catering to a broad range of clients from first-time buyers to UHNW individuals. We have an exciting opportunity over the coming years to demonstrate our capabilities.”

Ben Sheriff, partner and head of London operations at Knight Frank Finance, added: “We are delighted to have entered into this exciting new partnership with Gallagher, offering Knight Frank clients a truly comprehensive range of specialist insurance solutions. It’s clear that Gallagher place integrity and customer experience excellence at the forefront of everything they do, which gives us great confidence that this partnership is destined to flourish”.

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