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Two new recruits for Basil Fry

Aug 12, 2013
Basil Fry & Company has recently appointed two new recruits to boost the company’s insurance team.

Sam Henley is working with Philip and Greg Wildman as an account handler; and Stephen Bragg who is responsible for motor and employers/public liability clains and has a part-time role with the Removal Claims Service (RCS), the specialist claims handling arm of Basil Fry. 

Sam joined the insurance industry straight after leaving university.  His first job was with Bridle Insurance Brokers on the new business sales side for the brokerage, dealing with high value and exotic cars as well as more basic personal lines cover.  “I relocated to the Surrey area and Basil Fry & Company was the perfect option for me as I was looking to move in to the commercial insurance sector,” he explained.  “I am very excited about my future at Basil Fry & Company.”


Greg Wildman, a Director of the company, said that he was extremely pleased that Sam chose Basil Fry ahead of two other job offers that were made to him.  “His acquisition underlines our ethos of building for the future and Sam’s enthusiasm during the first few weeks is evident,” he said. “Sam has a very bright future with Basil Fry & Company.”


Stephen began his insurance career as a claims technician for a household claims broker. Having gained a good insight into how insurers manage and settle claims Stephen joined Basil Fry in 2012 to hone these skills for the benefit of its customers.   “Stephen has a good technical approach to insurance and his advancement into RCS is a natural step for him to take,” said Greg.  “We see Stephen as being integral with future plans for RCS.”


Photos:  Sam Henley and Stephen Bragg

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