Broking Success: Gearing for growth

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Richard Amphlett, Cox Mahon managing director, who is also the High Sheriff of Worcestershire for 2021-2022, spoke to Insurance Age about the company’s history, the challenges surrounding professional indemnity, and his plans to triple the business in the next five years

When was Cox Mahon set up?

It actually began with a different name – a company called TLO Insurance Services, just over 25 years ago. It was set up running a niche barrister’s top-up scheme.

It was very niche, and after having developed the company into a professional indemnity specialist broker, we also founded a private client division. We sold off the barrister’s top-up scheme in 2015 and at the same time we rebranded as Cox Mahon.

What is one of things you are most proud of?

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