NMU to Reshape Southern Regional Offices

Building on a first class reputation for underwriting and service quality and with support from our parent Munich Re Syndicate Ltd, we have ambitious plans to rapidly expand our niche product range and premium income.

We are investing heavily in product development and the innovative systems needed to create an infrastructure capable of supporting the business and broker distribution well into the future.

As part of this plan, NMU have elected to re-shape the current Southern Region structure, by combining the three current offices into one region and reallocating processing and underwriting to other NMU sites. This will result in the closure of its Letchworth office.

The changes will take place over the course of approximately six months and staff will be re-positioned to alternative roles/locations within the company as necessary.

David Perfect, CEO said, “NMU’s long term success has been founded on the multi award-winning service provided to our brokers, of which we are very proud and the forthcoming changes will not affect the quality of this service.

“The Company is committed to maintaining regional offices best located to provide brokers with the service they have come to expect from NMU. This reorganisation allows NMU to better focus resources on product development and investment in distribution channels.

“Brokers can be assured that it’s very much business as usual in the short term. Some contact details may change going forward, but this will be directly communicated in due course.”

For any immediate queries, please contact NMU’s Marketing Executive, Andy Baldwin directly on 0121 236 6550.


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