Vantage Fee Protect welcomes new operations director

Vantage Fee Protect is delighted to announce that Steve Wade has joined them this week

Steve, who has worked for Vantage previously as underwriting and compliance manager, has now returned to take up the role of operations director for the fee protection insurance offering.

He said, “I am really looking forward to getting back on board with Vantage. The Vantage Group has gone from strength to strength and Vantage Fee Protect in particular has seen considerable growth in the last 12-months. I am delighted to be part of the business going forward, ensuring we continue to innovate and provide real value and quality for our customers”.

Steve has a wide range of experience in the insurance industry, where he began as a legal expenses underwriter for BRIT. He has also worked for tax fee protection insurance provider Taxwise and Zurich Insurance.

MD Brendan Dawson added, “This is a tremendous coup for Vantage Fee Protect. Steve will bring a wealth of knowledge across a number of disciplines.   The team are excited at the prospect of working with Steve, who will help to shape and define the current processes whilst identifying new opportunities for growth and continued success”.

Simplifying tax fee protection insurance

The Vantage Fee Protect message is to simplify the tax fee protection insurance offering to practices.  Ensuring that the administration involved is not burdensome.  One such way is for the client to choose to have full marketing support for their tax fee protection insurance schemes.  This is then tailored to the practice’s requirements which makes for an easier life for the accountant and their practice.

Having Steve on board will, no doubt, see even more ways of simplifying tax fee protection.  Watch this space!

If you are interested in finding out more about our schemes, please contact us. Alternatively if you would like a tax fee protection quote, please complete the form on this link

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