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Insurance brokers sees rise in interest with town centre move

PUBLISHED: 09:37 18 December 2019 | UPDATED: 09:38 18 December 2019

From left,  guest of honour Andrew Cohen-Wray, and Woodward Markwell directors Andrew Johnson, Toni Vincent-Panich, Julie Dyer and David McGowan  Picture: WOODWARD MARKWELL

From left, guest of honour Andrew Cohen-Wray, and Woodward Markwell directors Andrew Johnson, Toni Vincent-Panich, Julie Dyer and David McGowan Picture: WOODWARD MARKWELL

Woodward Markwell

An Ipswich business is celebrating the opening of its new premises in the town centre.

The official opening party at Woodward Markwell  Picture: WOODWARD MARKWELLThe official opening party at Woodward Markwell Picture: WOODWARD MARKWELL

Woodward Markwell - a fast-expanding insurance brokers and independent financial advisers - wanted to improve its presence in the town by opening a new shop in Falcon Street.

Director Toni Vincent-Panich said the shop frontage was already generating some good interest.

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"The business is going well and we are excited about having shop frontage. It allows our business to continue to grow and also means we can provide a walk-in service for individuals or businesses wishing to discuss insurance or financial services," she said.

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The new premises also provides more space for the 48-strong team, led by managing director David Mc Gowan.

The firm was launched in 1982. "We have steadily grown within the marketplace, amassing a wealth of experience and know-how within insurance and financial advising," said Ms Vincent-Panich.

"We constantly strive for excellence in all we do, ensuring that what our clients experience with us is as streamlined as possible, and that our strategies are focused on being delivered to the highest of standards."


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