Ntegrity, founded by former Alexander Forbes directors, aims for £10m

A broker, specialising in professional indemnity (PI) and commercial insurance has launched in Bristol.

Ntegrity Insurance Solutions will provide tailored insurance products alongside a dedicated claims service to businesses across the UK.

Ntegrity was founded by three former directors of Alexander Forbes Professions (now Lockton) – Gary Horswell, Ian Richards and Tara Price, together with Keith Johnson, who was previously part of Linaker Western.

Horswell, who will be managing director, and director Ian Richards will lead the professional indemnity side of the business, while Johnson will provide expertise for the commercial insurance side of the business.

As well as standard insurance products, Ntegrity will also be developing its own range of bespoke solutions for clients including a specialist claims service. Price will head up the claims division – a role she previously held at Alexander Forbes.

John Northridge has also joined the team as none-executive chairman.

Horswell said: "Through the launch of Ntegrity we are aiming to recapture the level of service and attention that brokers used to be able to offer their clients.

"There is currently a proliferation of larger brokerage firms, particularly within the PI market, which purely because of their size are not able to build effective one to one relationships with their clients.

“By working closely with clients we hope that we will be able to go a step beyond that of the average broker and begin to add real value to client's businesses.”

Northridge added: "The team has a massive amount of experience in both the PI and commercial Insurance sectors, and we have clear ambitions for the level of service that we want to offer and the kind of relationships we want to build with our clients.

"This is an exciting time for all involved in Ntegrity and we are looking forward to getting out to the market and achieving our ambitions.

"We aim to build a serious business with a revenue of over £10m reasonably quickly."