A local presence in Manchester with global backing
We aspire to be recognised as the leading trusted advisor in our chosen markets, aspiring to exceed our client’s expectations at every touchpoint. We are more than just an insurance broker. Our aim is to be your trusted advisor. We will provide advice on all areas of exposure to the business. In addition we can offer risk management and claims support services.
Jelf & Bluefin
Meet the new Jelf. United with Bluefin as one combined business, we now offer an even deeper understanding of your needs and how to meet them, improving life and business for all our clients.
Proud of our heritage in Manchester
Founded in 1971 as J L Manson and Partners, we joined the Jelf group in 2008. Moving into our current offices in 2010, we continue to offer our services to the local community as well as businesses all over the UK.
In late 2017, Bluefin's Stockport office moved in to the existing Jelf office which has now expanded our ability to help our clients in Manchester even further.
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.
Our Employee Benefits Graduate Academy provides a unique and exciting opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in the field of Employee Benefits. Our Academy will provide you with the relevant qualifications you need to become a trusted advisor and employee benefits insurance specialist, helping clients manage their people risks.
Since embarking on the Million Makers Challenge and receiving their seed funding, the Jelf graduates have started their fundraising efforts.
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