Holloway Friendly paid 97% of claims in Q4 and 96% of claims in 2017. This follows a year of significant growth and change for the Gloucester based Society.
“Our claims team have worked incredibly hard this year to improve the claims process and to enhance the experience for our members. This improved service has resulted in claim decisions being made within an average of 3.5hrs in October 2017 which is a considerable reduction from the average 12 days at the beginning of the year” said Mike Taylor, COO. “We want to make sure that we provide our members with an excellent claim journey. Our tele-claims service means that we can take the hassle away from our members filling out lengthy claim forms at a difficult time in their lives.”
The improvements to the Society’s claims process include:
Albany Park Finance’s General Manager, Joseph D’Cunha said “it’s reassuring for us to be able to recommend a Holloway Friendly income protection plan to our clients, knowing should they need to claim, they’ll be dealt with speedily and looked after from a service perspective but more importantly they’re buying a plan that will pay their benefit when they need it.“
Stuart Tragheim, CEO of Holloway Friendly, added “In 2017, we achieved some great milestones for claims and helping our members. In 2018 we’re determined to better these and more to help drive change in the income protection market.”
If you have any further questions please email them to Georgia d’Esterre, Head of Marketing via email at Georgia.d’Esterre@holloway.co.uk or by phone on 07914 676190
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Holloway Friendly is the original Holloway income protection company founded over 135 years ago in 1880 by the MP for Stroud, George Holloway, and was the first insurer in the UK to offer cover against loss of income through accident or illness.
Holloway Friendly is a mutual friendly society active in the UK advised income protection market. It currently offers products which protect members and their families against income lost through accident and sickness, via financial advisers from its HQ in Gloucester.
Last summer Holloway Friendly appointed Stuart Tragheim as its new CEO.
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