JM Glendinning Professional Risks has welcomed experienced insurance Account Handler, Stacey Roadnight, to its specialist Professional Indemnity Insurance team.
Jake Fox welcomes Stacey Roadnight to the Professional Risks team
Stacey’s appointment sees the Professional Risks business grow to seven employees since it was established in 2016. Stacey brings with her over 20 years’ experience in the insurance industry, working in brokering and managing brokers, having previously worked as head of commercial insurance for a small independent firm in Bradford.
Led by MD, Jake Fox, JM Glendinning Professional Risks works with legal firms across the UK. Stacey provides account handling support to the team and prides herself on building rapport with clients, using her industry knowledge and experience to ensure clients receive a tailored and personal service.
Stacey says: “I always knew of JM Glendinning’s excellent reputation in the industry and they are local to me so, having two small children, I was excited when the position came up. Not only did it present an opportunity to establish a better work-life balance, but I was also keen to be part of a successful team with ambition. Jake’s built a strong business and I’m looking forward to learning lots from everyone here as well as sharing my knowledge to help support its future growth.”
Says Jake Fox: “Stacey has joined the team at a challenging time in the industry, during a pandemic and also during the busy Professional Indemnity Insurance renewal period. Bringing with her many years of experience has enabled her to make an immediate impact and provide support to other team members, which has already been invaluable. She is a great addition to our team and I’m excited to see how her role develops here.”
Outside of work, Stacey enjoys running and spending time outdoors with her family. She also supports The Insurance Charities, a charity which specifically helps those who work in the insurance industry. Stacey says The Insurance Charities has been invaluable to her in the past, financially assisting the adaptation of her home for her young son who has cerebral palsy.