Best Insurance Employer – 2023 BIA shortlists revealed

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We can today reveal the 12 firms that have been shortlisted for the two Best Insurance Employer categories at the 2023 British Insurance Awards.

In total over 4160 individuals filled in the 2023 Best Insurance Employer survey, a record response, and in July Insurance Post will reveal a detailed breakdown of the results including the businesses that have been awarded Five, Four or Three Star employer status.

As to the shortlists, the winner of both categories will be announced at the 2023 BIAs at The Royal Albert on the 5th July. Good luck to all.


Best Insurance Employer – Large


Allianz Insurance

Axa UK

QBE Europe



Best Insurance Employer – SME


Flood Re

HSB UK & Ireland


NBS Underwriting

Plan Group

So Sure


For more information about the 2023 British Insurance Awards, including how to book a table, click here.

For details of the 2022 survey click here.


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