Cruising around in a celebrity car, the perfect Christmas present for fans of the Lloyd’s of London lift and what brokers should be doing on the 12th day of Christmas. You heard it here first… 

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Tony Sault isn’t just EY’s UK general insurance market lead, you can also find him lecturing on a weekday evening at an insurance inspired Masters course.

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Sault has been lecturing for over a decade as a visiting fellow at Cass Business School, covering topics such as technology and innovation, strategic issues facing the industry and the art of insurance distribution.

He sees this as a way of imparting his extensive insurance knowledge since being at EY for over 15 years. Previously, he worked as a project manager of enterprise at RSA for seven years.

Singing in the shower

With Christmas approaching, and remote working still at play, you may be wondering what to buy that special colleague that just loves going up and down in the Lloyd’s of London lift.

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Well fear not, Pixels are selling its very own Lloyd’s of London shower curtain. Now you can sing in the shower while being in the Lloyd’s of London lift, all at the same time. Any song requests please?

On the 12th day of Christmas…

On the 12th day of Christmas, what can brokers do? 

Specialist insurance provider Ecclesiastical is planning to give £120,000 to good causes as part of its 12 days of Christmas campaign. And it is encouraging brokers to nominate a registered charity to receive a festive financial boost.

Nominations are open from 9 November to 21 December and winners will be drawn at random. Last year more than 800 brokers voted. In the words of Ant and Dec – get voting.

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When life give you lemonade…

Over in the US, insurtech Lemonade is providing clean water in Cambodia and Malawi in partnership with a non-profit organisation charity. Its Lemonade Giveback programme donates unclaimed premiums to good causes.

According to, more than three million people in Cambodia lack access to clean water and five million do not have access to improved sanitation. The situation has been deemed a crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic

And in the spirit of giving, Lemonade has partnered with artist José Peña to release custom artwork and animations depicting the pair’s partnership.

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Drive like a celebrity

Ever wanted to cruise around in a celebrity car? Well now you can. Whether you fancy being singer Posh Spice in her Range Rover Evogue, in rapper Stormzy’s Mercedes G-Wagon or steering chef Jamie Oliver’s Land Rover, Auto Trader’s on-site tool ’Stars and their Cars’ has them all – pukka!

The tool lists ten A-list celebrity cars, which motorists can lease monthly. The most expensive is footballer Jordan Henderson’s Mercedes Benz AMG GT, which costs £124,346 overall, but drivers can lease it for £1,796 per month.

The cheapest to lease is daytime TV presenter Lorraine Kelly’s Nissan Leaf at just £253 for a month, compared to £22,990 if it were paid in one lump sum.


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