Willis Towers Watson broker wins travel prize

Willis Towers Watson broker wins travel prize | Insurance Business

Willis Towers Watson broker wins travel prize
An account manager at Willis Towers Watson, Melbourne has won the $5,000-worth of travel vouchers courtesy of the Underwriting Agencies Council (UAC) and Lloyd’s.

Sophie Jordan won the prize after having all 45 participating UAC members sign her “passport” at the UAC-Lloyd’s Village in the village exhibition hall during the annual National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) Convention in Melbourne this week.

Jordan failed to win a car worth $25,000 during the second part of the prize, however. Because Jordan was absent on the day of draw, which was not a requirement for eligibility, UAC board member Emily Walker selected the number on her behalf. The draw was overseen by Cunningham Lindsey.

Jordan was delighted with the travel prize, and is now planning a 2017 trip to Greece with her husband Josh, only a month after their trip to the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Rome.

It was Jordan’s first time to attend a NIBA Convention in her 29 years of service with Willis.

William Legge, UAC GM, said the major prizes on offer, which were made possible through the support of Beazley Underwriting’s contingency insurance product and the expertise of its contingency underwriter Nic Jobling, were an added attraction of the UAC Lloyd’s Village to brokers besides access to product expertise offered by UAC members.

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