Claims Consortium has been listed in the ‘Champions of Growth 100’ list of ‘elite’ mid-sized businesses in the UK.
Claims Consortium is the only Somerset firm to make the bi-annual list from Investec, the leading banking and wealth management firm.
Jeremy Hyams, CEO and founder of Claims Consortium Group, said: “The Investec ranking is independent and a great reflection of our leading position in the claims handling sector of the insurance market.”
In its fifth year, the list produced in association with The Times ranks the 100 fastest-growing, profitable mid-sized private companies in the UK and Northern Ireland. Investec ranks businesses by their four-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR).
Ed Cottrell, Head of Corporate Lending at Investec, said: “The Mid-Market 100 has become an important measure of how this vital sector of the economy is performing. These fast-growing and innovative businesses are exactly the sort of companies we need to keep the economy expanding as the Brexit negotiations continue.”
Jeremy Hyams added: “We have focused on providing exceptional service to our customers by investing in our people, and this approach is key to our success. I’m incredibly proud of our achievements and anticipate continued growth through 2017.”
2016 has been a record year for Claims Consortium Group. It has posted growth of over 40%, has been accredited as “world class” by the Institute of Customer Service and was listed in the top 1000 Companies to Inspire Europe by the London Stock Exchange.
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Claims Consortium Group embraced the Christmas spirit at a Charity Day on Friday 21 December, raising £4,200 in a joint fundraising effort for charity.