Important insurance information for EN members

6th September 2013
Important insurance information for EN members
England Netball is delighted to announce a three year partnership with Endsleigh Insurance (Brokers) Ltd; this partnership will include an affinity relationship, sponsorship and acting as England Netball’s Insurance Advisers.

The Liability and Personal Accident Cover is a key membership benefit and England Netball is very proud of the way this scheme has been modified to meet members’ needs and efficiently administer in the past; England Netball believes members will continue to receive this excellent benefit with Engsleigh’s advice.  

The Liability and Personal Accident cover provided to members has not been altered for those affiliating for the 2013/14 season. Claims will also continue to be processed by the Membership Department; all of the details regarding this membership benefit will be made available onto the England Netball website by 13th September in the Membership section.

In addition, Endsleigh will be launching a facility for England Netball members to take advantage of discounted pricing on personal insurances for household, motor and travel. This facility will be launched via our website over the next couple of months and further news will follow about how this can benefit both members and England Netball alike.

David Christmas, Commercial Development Manager at Endsleigh, stated “Endsleigh were able to demonstrate innovation in offering improved insurance protection for our National Governing Body and its members, as well as offering ‘competitive advantage’ in terms of pricing and sponsorship. We are thrilled to enter this partnership with England Netball and we are looking forward to working together and building our relationship.”

England Netball Director of Finance and Corporate Resources, Vicky Annis added “Endsleigh have a long standing association with sports organisations and we believe that the added value they bring will be a benefit to our members and the organisation as a whole; we are delighted to be working with them”

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