The Brownsword Group has been awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise in Innovation after her Majesty the Queen graciously approved the Prime Minister's recommendation.
A month after celebrating its 21st year in business, and a week after being notified as a finalist in The British Insurance Awards, Brownsword said it was honoured to be the recipient of the highest official UK awards for British businesses, the most prestigious award that can be bestowed on any UK company.
Operating on a nationwide basis, with international experience, Brownsword provides surveillance solutions to assist in the accurate settlement of personal injury claims.
The firm said what makes this award even more exceptional is the recent adverse publicity that has been directed at the insurance industry. It added: "Although The Brownsword Group have maintained the highest levels of ethics and compliance in the production of all our services, the industry has received, at times, unwarranted attention which has not been assisted by the excessive delay and confusion with regard to licensing."
Managing director Anthony Heaton said: "We are overwhelmed to have received this level of recognition; it is testament to the hard work and dedication of my team and the board. It reinforces our commitment to continually developing new innovative ways to combat insurance fraud.
"A Queen's Award gives our customers the confidence to build long term relationships with us based on trust, and independent validation of our services at the highest level in industry."
He added: "Working in conjunction with our clients, we have recognised the need to continually provide new and innovative solutions to address the issues that are constantly evolving within the insurance industry. We have established strong business partnerships with most UK insurers and this award is the ultimate accolade to recognise our achievements in this arena.
"It will be the highlight of my business career to meet the Queen again at the forthcoming reception at Buckingham Palace, to officially have the award conferred upon us."
Sounded a good plan, Exec Team Visit to our wonderful claims team in Morecambe, bit of a ‘Back to the Floor’ & dish out some Easter Eggs. Lovely. So how did I end up with these & having to wear them home on the train? Thanks @helenidle @AXAUK @AXA_Broker #BunnyEars pic.twitter.com/cNd80WnRPd— David Williams (@AXADavidW) April 17, 2019
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