AXA video: A partnership for success – Taking your scheme to the next level
AXA has over 30 years’ experience writing schemes and delegated authorities, and the significant growth seen in the past five to six years alone has created a market ready for evolution, collaboration, and passion.
Watch Gary Head, Director of AXA Commercial Schemes and Delegated Authorities, as he explores the opportunities present in this market and what makes for a successful scheme.
We’re always on the lookout for partners with whom we can build strong, lasting partnerships. We’ll work with you to create bespoke insurance propositions for niche customers and profitably develop your scheme.
With AXA, you’ll be part of the family and will benefit from:
- One of the UK’s longest standing, and largest, scheme providers, backed by the strength and stability of the global AXA Group.
- A dedicated Schemes team of underwriters and relationship managers who really understand their market and can provide truly valuable and tailored advice.
- A broad risk appetite that extends beyond our normal open-market criteria, creating compelling propositions for a wide range of scheme partners.
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In July 2012 the AXA Commercial Lines and Personal Intermediary businesses came together to form a new single organisation – AXA Commercial Lines and Personal Intermediary.
The business offers brokers a more integrated and consistent approach from AXA which is focussed on their needs as a business – whatever the product. AXA Commercial Lines & Personal Intermediary provides underwriting expertise, offering a range of commercial lines and personal lines products and insurance solutions to our brokers and customers. AXA Commercial & Personal Intermediary is part of AXA Group, a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management serving 101 million clients
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