County Insurance
County Business
Update May 2019
Welcome from the editor
Tim Sydenham
Welcome from the editor

Hello! We’re excited for developments at County in 2019 and can’t wait to share these with you. We started the year by being shortlisted for both Business of the Year and Employer of the Year at the Thames Valley Business Awards. While we sadly didn’t win it was a great experience and we’re very proud of our achievement.

While 2019 is a defining year for the country’s future direction, we’re pleased to be moving forward with a new product line in Private Medical Insurance both for private individuals and companies. More on this later in this newsletter.

In staff news, Thirza joins our wholesale broking team and recent new starter Sean will begin to take over Thirza’s portfolio of clients. This will be a positive step for our business team and we look forward to their developments throughout the year.

Our small update is ultimately your newsletter that should give you a few snippets of advice and guidance. If you feel we should mention a particular story, get in touch at

Best wishes,
Tim Sydenham B.Sc (Hons) ACII
Tim Sydenham B.Sc (Hons) ACII
Private Medical Insurance – Keeping the best assets protected
Private Medical Insurance – Keeping the best assets protected

Thirza has recently completed training to support County’s delivery of our Private Medical Insurance (PMI offering). We’ve partnered with AXA, the second largest PMI insurer and Aviva, the third largest to help clients with outpatient cover, dentistry, holistic therapy and more. Both insurers offer mobile Apps that give policyholders access to directly to a GP via video call and claim management. Read more here.
Leah Francis Thirza Morris
Leah Francis Thirza Morris
Staff News

While County’s farm team welcomes back a new mother, the business team sees Leah taking on more responsibility as Thirza moves to our wholesale broking team. Read more here.
New business department leaflets 2019
New Brochures & Survey Feedback

Thank you to all of our readers who responded to the client email survey earlier last year.

We really value your feedback and we’ve received positive comments and suggestions going forward. As a result of your feedback we’ve:
Learnt there is desire to learn more about the team and what we do.
Amended our statement and invoice design and procedure
Taken on board comments about policies and services you would like to see offered
To complement the rebrand County underwent last year we’ve also redesigned our literature, telling you more about what we do. You can find out more about your Business team here.

If you’d like to learn more about the survey, or have any other feedback to add, please contact Ollie by email at
Green Cards for Motor Policies following a No Deal Brexit
Green Cards for Motor Policies if UK leaves the EU

The UK Government has advised that if the UK leaves the EU without an agreed withdrawal deal, then motor policyholders may be required to carry a Green Card if they wish to travel within the EU, including the Republic of Ireland. Read more here.
We’ve been shortlisted!
We’ve been shortlisted!
County Insurance Services Ltd recently received the exciting news they had been shortlisted for both Business of the Year and Employer of the Year at the Thames Valley Business Awards. Read more here.
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