Commercial Insurance Account Executive
Salary: To c£50,000 (Negotiable) + Car + Bonus
Our highly established client are looking to add to their Commercial team within their growing operation with the addition of a Account Executive to both look after existing clients add add 5-10% portfolio growth
The team have gone from strength to strength over the last few years and have an exceptional office environment.
You will be developing profitable relationships with New and Existing clients to Develop new Commercial/Corporate clients.
Develop the client base from the leads provided, referrals and own networking
Attend client and insurer meetings as required to ensure business is both won in year one and retained in year two.
Establish solid working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders
Liaise extensively with other departments internally to maximise wider client coverage.
You will be well versed in the local market and have pre-existing connections.
Manage own broking / placement of risks
You'll currently be an Account Executive / Account Director who is looking for somewhere to put roots down for the long term with a firm that believes in building client relationships over a prolonged period and providing 1st in class client service.
Your existing experience as an Account Executive will be essential and ideally you'll already be dealing with Large Cases (£30,000+)
Exposure to all standard classes of Commercial Insurance
High level communication, presentation, negotiation, client management and sales skills.
Proven ability to develop relationships and win business within a client environment
We also have a number of other roles across the country - for a confidential conversation please apply and a member of our team will be in touch.
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