British Insurance Awards 2021: Shortlist Revealed

Who will be walking the red carpet on 15 September as a contender at the 27th British Insurance Awards?

You might have had an outside pint and visited the hairdressers or barbers in the last month.

You might be counting the days until you can actually go inside your favourite local boozer and invite friends into your home.

You could have even dusted off your passport in anticipation of being given the greenlight for a holiday to your favourite overseas destination.

After a [cliché alert] unprecedented last 15 months, life does seem to be returning to normal again.

And the British Insurance Awards hopes to be very much part of that journey as we return after a break of 798 days between our last in person BIA in July 2019 - and our next one on the 15 September 2021 at Battersea Evolution.

Which brings us to whether you will be among the contenders on the night, and have made it onto one of the 2021 shortlists.

So sit back, watch this video and good luck.

And remember to guarantee your seat at the biggest insurance celebration in town contact delegate sales executive Stefan Costea on 0207 316 9265 or

It will be great to see so many familiar faces again on the 15 September.

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