Stirling’s leading community insurance broker
We have invested in a branch footprint across Scotland, including Stirling, 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 embedded claims team and sector specific traders working in specialisms across a broad spectrum of UK industry.
Jelf & Bluefin
Jelf joined forces with Bluefin in 2018. 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 Stirling
In 2010 Regional Insurance Group opened OKD Insurance Brokers Ltd in Stirling by bringing in a team of local experts in their field. Geoff Campbell, our current branch director, was part of this team. In addition to his industry knowledge, Geoff has a full understanding of the local market, having lived and worked in the area all of his life. We have added to our team over the years, by bringing experienced professionals from local competitor businesses. Our focus has always been to ensure we have a local team, dealing with local people. That continues to be the case today. We joined the Bluefin group in 2014, which is now part of Jelf. This has helped to increase our capabilities and offer a wider range of services to our clients, whilst continuing to be a true local, community, insurance broker.
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.
An important update on Scottish Income Tax that has potential to impact pension contributions, tax relief and salary exchange.