I’d been kindly asked by Steve Knowles to contribute to this blog in November and readers will now know more about Caunce O’Hara.
Just by way of a re-cap, we’re chartered insurance brokers, based in Manchester who has offices in Aberdeen also. We have been advising our clients since 1995 and have built a good working relationship with Knowles Warwick over 2013.
Our association with the Knowles Warwick team came about principally due to our mutual membership of the Professional Contractors’ Group (PCG). This organisation has the interests of and represents the UK based freelance workers’ community and has over 20,000 members. Here at Caunce O’Hara we insure UK based freelance professionals via a stable of online insurance schemes. In short, those “going it alone” and operating their business affairs via a Limited Company, can visit our bespoke quotation tools, select appropriate insurance policies, pay for them then have policies to hand in a matter of minutes.
We’re delighted to say that freelance clients of Knowles Warwick can now obtain quotations for liability insurance covers (and more) via the “quote and buy” link to be found on the home page of this site.
Being chartered accountants and experts in the UK freelance sector Knowles Warwick are perfect partners to Caunce O’Hara and we are here to help you with insurance queries. We have a dedicated team of qualified advisers who can assist you.
Caunce O’Hara is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under firm’s reference 306183 so you can be assured that you’ll be given independent and fair advice on our range of highly competitive and comprehensive insurance policies.
If you’d like to know more about the services Caunce O’Hara offers to Knowles Warwick clients you can contact Adrian Stewart on 0161 833 2100 or firstname.lastname@example.org – he’s there to help.
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