Howden Insurance Group

Keychoice selects Howden as preferred partner

Keychoice, the insurance distribution business owned by SSP Limited, has partnered with Howden, one of the UK’s leading independent insurance brokers, to be the preferred provider of Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) for Keychoice members. As well as access to an exclusive, tailor-made PII policy, Keychoice members will also automatically get access to a number of extra services to help run their businesses.

Howden has one of the largest and most specialised Professional Indemnity teams. Its reputation has been established over many years of supporting an extensive range of clients from sole practitioners to some of the UK’s largest firms.

Ron Atkinson, Distribution Director at SSP said:
“The PII market is a challenging environment right now meaning that, more than ever, it is vital to partner with an experienced specialist PII broker. Howden’s strong reputation and specialist expertise in our sector means they are a natural partner to provide our members’ PII.”

Mark Westgarth, Managing Director — UK Regions at Howden says:
“Professional Indemnity Insurance is a significant cost for many businesses and insurance brokers are no exception. At a time when the PII market is experiencing some of the toughest conditions in decades, access to practical advice from an experienced specialist broker is more critical than ever.

He added:
“We are delighted that Keychoice has chosen us as their new preferred broker for PII. We look forward to working with them and their members to help guide them through the current challenging market conditions to ensure firms get the right level of cover at a competitive price. We have one of the UK’s largest and most experienced teams with over 140 PII specialists who have direct access to a wide range of participating insurers and we are always monitoring the position carefully. This makes us the perfect choice for keeping Keychoice members well advised on developments with reference to premium levels, capacity and coverage.”