Couple become 100,000th Home Insurance Policy Holder with Castle Cover

Couple become 100,000th Home Insurance Policy Holder with Castle Cover

Poole, United Kingdom (PRWEB) February 24, 2008

The local Poole firm Castle Cover only started trading in July 2006 offering buildings, contents and house insurance now boast a wider portfolio of insurance based products for the over 50’s including car, travel, and pet. From the start they have gone from strength to strength offering fantastic products and excellent customer service for their over 50’s customers. As previously reported they were recognised as the fastest growing home insurer in the UK during 2007.

Mr & Mrs Baxter from Wareham became the 100,000 policy holder and said, “The staff were very friendly and helpful, giving us expert advice on our buildings and contents cover. We saved £70 and have fantastic cover; we will definitely recommend Castle Cover to all our friends.”

Managing Director Andrew Marchington said “It is phenomenal how much we have managed to achieve in such a short time and we are looking forward to our next 100,000 policy holders which is well on target in the next two years. We now employ over 200 people in Poole which is brilliant for the local economy and are looking to recruit further in 2008.” For details of vacancies please go to

Castle Cover launched on 31st July 2006 as a new entrant in the ever growing over 50’s general insurance market. Castle Cover is the third major brand within the fifty plus insurance market

Castle Cover is led by well-known industry expert, Andrew Marchington and is backed by HSBC Bank and Asset Ventures Ltd., part of the family investment vehicle that controls Primary Group, the Bermuda based insurance distributor.

Castle Cover will hit a turnover of £100m and sign up over half a million customers by 2011.

Castle Cover has the advantage of launching with a blue chip panel that includes AXA, RSA and AIG giving a great advantage in neither being tied to one supplier, nor owned by an Insurer.

Marchington does not believe the over 50’s have had a good deal on Insurance and therefore believe Castle Cover will carry on their rapid success within the market place. The over 50’s are more likely to be careful with their homes and possessions and less likely to exaggerate or make up home insurance claims, making them low risk.

Castle Cover is based in Poole, Dorset, United Kingdom where over 400 jobs will be created by 2011 and offer a UK based customer services.


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