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Eight recruits and growth at Bruce Stevenson

Edward Bruce and Andrew AdamBruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers has unveiled eight appointments across a number of divisions as it reports a 14% increase in turnover to £5.9 million and an 18% growth in gross written premiums to £29.2m.

Turnover has grown 14% to £5.9m and our gross written premium is up £4.4m to £29.2m, a growth of 18%.

Alexandra Richards brings 15 years’ experience as a specialist fine art and private client broker.

Nicky Fleming has four years’ experience in small to medium private client insurance work.

With nine years’ experience in broking, Michelle Thomson has been appointed in the role of commercial broker focusing on farm & estates, a variety of commercial lines, fleet & property owners. 

Maria Casey has worked in the insurance industry for 20 years mainly in management support roles within the Glasgow area.

Graeme Durie joins the property team bringing with him over 10 years of insurance experience.

Lyn Russell has joined the Edinburgh team and provides executive support to the claims team. 

Gregg Logan has joined the Borders office as an account handler and Sarah MacNamee is a renewable energy account handler based in Glasgow. 

Edward Bruce, chief executive, said: “These are an excellent set of results and reflect significant investment in our Glasgow and Borders offices. 

“This performance is particularly pleasing as it is predominately driven by organic growth in our niche specialisms.

“There are a number of exciting initiatives under way this year to maintain our strong growth and we have funding in place for further appointments and business acquisition.”

Commenting on the new appointments, Andrew Adam, commercial director, added:

“These new appointments have been created to support our continued growth of our commercial, private client and renewables divisions and underline our commitment to growing our business and securing our position as the broker of choice.” 

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