British Money, (formerly The British Life Office – the Scottish Life Insurance Company), is one of Europe’s oldest insurance firms; with a heritage of protecting people from financial ruin since 1896. It is financially sound, with a reputation for excellence that few businesses can match.
Over recent years the Directors of British Money have won a significant number of awards; having been recognised for their customer service; innovation excellence; and business principles. As well as for the contribution they have made to champion the cause of consumers with a market-leading, socially responsible, insurance products.
British Money strives to deliver a socially responsible insurance solution for those facing adversity; as well as an attempt to inject some light-hearted humour into an industry that is often dour and inflexible.
For example, British Money insured the first bear to be sighted in Bavaria for over 200 years. This German national symbol crossed the Italian border and was going to be shot, so they insured it for €1million to save its life.
In a similar vein, they are also Guinness World Record Holders, having insured Violet the Chicken for £1million. The Record, for insuring the world’s most valuable bird, was in response to threats to kill Violet by members of the Finchingfield Parish Council, following her alleged damage to a war memorial in the Essex village.
The numerous award wins, Guinness World Record and bear protection tactics illustrate British Money's resolve to remain the market leading provider of insurance; with an unrivalled level of knowledge, experience and expertise.
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