Broker Apprentice: Meet the final five - Ashley Prickett


Ahead of the competition we asked all candidates to describe themselves in print.

Ashley Prickett, an account executive at Cotters Insurance Services wrote: "I came into insurance because I saw an industry with the potential for me to progress, both through practical experience and professional qualifications.

"As an account executive I enjoy the competitive sales aspect of commercial broking along with the ongoing service and solutions I provide for my clients. Our industry is sometimes unjustly criticised but I feel it is dynamic and rewarding, providing a valued service to society as a whole.

"I am confident I have the attributes to contend for the winning position and believe the competition will give me the opportunity to challenge myself beyond my current role."

Now see what he has to say to the camera!

If you would like to be considered for Broker Apprentice 2014 contact either Insurance Age’s editor, Emmanuel Kenning, or the publisher, Phil Davison

Meet the contestants
Jonathan Garrett
Oliver Leyens
Holly Markham
Ashley Prickett
Katie Pusey

Catch up with the series so far

Episode one: The Client
Episode two: Regulation overhaul
Episode three: The Campaign bonus edition
Episode four: The advertising winner revealed
Episode five: The Schemes task begins
Episode six: Which scheme was best?
Episode seven: The interview
Episode eight: The results

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