Since its foundation in 1994, Gauntlet has proven itself to be one of the UK’s most go-ahead and forward-thinking commercial insurance brokers and risk managers. It is now spearheading the renaissance of the local broker and leading the fight against consolidation and the impersonal service and lack of choice that this can mean for customers.
The Gauntlet Enterprise network of Appointed Representatives was founded in 2009, and continues to attract the best sales talent in the insurance sector – passionate local brokers who want to tap into Gauntlet Group’s buying power and pass the advantages on to their clients. Growing both their book of business and their brokerages in this way, they are also happy doing what they do best – serving clients and providing the best advice and best policies.
Gauntlet has its own team of local brokers at its head office in Leeds and a team who support the broking of the risks generated by the local broker network out in the field. Some of these ARs include brokers who have successfully de-authorised and who are now enjoying a variety of benefits, through partnering with Gauntlet.
Gauntlet enjoys an equally long-standing relationship with Willis Towers Watson Networks and has a long-term agreement, through which WTWN will provide a unique package of support to Gauntlet’s Appointed Representatives and local broker network.
With so much experience of running a network and managing compliance under our belt, we can offer a level of assurance over your future, which other networks cannot. We also have a deep understanding of the type of support Appointed Representatives require and the means to deliver this, on a tailored basis.
We believe in local brokers, we invest in local brokers, to provide national reach, and we are ourselves local brokers with national reach. Those who come on our journey are always ahead of the curve, because we spot the opportunities and provide the resource they need, in order to capitalise on it. Could you benefit from this sort of unswerving support for your future?