British Insurance Awards 2024 shortlist revealed

The shortlist of the 30th British Insurance Awards, which will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on 3 July, is announced today.


After much debate and discussion among our esteemed judges, today we can reveal the companies, initiatives and individuals who made the final cut and will be in the running to pick up a prestigious BIA during the awards night. 

So sit back, think about how you might paint the town red (and blue, green, orange, yellow, white, purple, etc…) in the summer and watch the 2024 BIA shortlist video to find out who the nominees are. 

And don’t forget, if you want to be there on the big night itself, please contact James Key ( now to reserve your table

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