Edinburgh insurance broker
We are Edinburgh's leading community insurance broker
We have invested in a branch footprint across Scotland to reach and service a broad range of clients and deliver the most appropriate insurance solutions aligned specifically to their requirements. We have hand picked the very best people and partners to work with our clients including a local claims team and sector specific traders working in specialisms across a broad spectrum of UK industry.
Jelf & Clark Thomson
By bringing together Jelf and Clark Thomson we become both Scotland and the UK’s leading community broker and client advisory business. Working together we will continue our journey to build and shape an exceptional business for our colleagues, clients and communities.
Proud of our heritage in Edinburgh
Our branch opened in 2003 as a green field site for Smart and Cook (subsequently Bluefin) and has developed over the years from recommendations and exceptional customer service. We moved to our offices in Edinburgh park along with our Sport and Professions colleagues. In 2015 we purchased the business of Lomond Macdonald a local and well respected broker who had started business in the 1960s. As part of the Jelf family we are now pleased to be able to offer a complete package of services to our clients now including Employee Benefits and risk management
We offer specialist risk management advice for businesses across all industry sectors. We work with you to identify risks, and ensure that you are prepared for the challenges your business faces.
We can help you to deliver a wellness strategy for your business that finds the right balance of employee benefits to maximise the physical, emotional and financial wellbeing of your employees.
This year, Martin Strang from the SBU Development team, has been selected for Team Great Britain to take part in the World Transplant Games.
Jelf to Acquire Clark Thomson, Scotland’s largest independent insurance broker. Acquisition consolidates Jelf’s position as leading community broker in Scotland.