Interview: Staysure’s Ryan Howsam

Ryan Howsam

The chairman tells Insurance Age how the business has developed since its inception ten years ago and outlines its plans for growth.

Over-50s travel insurance provider Staysure has grown quickly since it was founded by chairman Ryan Howsam ten years ago.

Howsam told Insurance Age that the business now deals with £90m in GWP each year.

It has two call centres in Northampton and Coventry along with an underwriting head office in Gibraltar – the business is jointly regulated in Gibraltar and by the FCA - and a tech company which builds its trading platforms, based in Sri Lanka.

The underwriting centre works with insurer ERV

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