Keith Frampton and Jonathan Cumpstey to head up BIBA’s Motor Panel

4th January 2017

Keith Frampton, Director of Operations at Forces Insurance Ltd has been appointed Chairman of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s (BIBA) Motor Panel. Keith, who was previously the Deputy Chairman, replaces George Nicol who has now retired.

Jonathan Cumpstey, Group Compliance Officer from A-Plan Insurance Group has become the Deputy Chairman. He has been a member of the Motor Panel since March 2013.

Keith said: “I am delighted to take over the role of Chairman.  George has done a fantastic job and he will be a hard act to follow. Hopefully, my unique knowledge and experience will also be of value to the Panel especially as we tackle Brexit issues and continue to support the Armed Forces Covenant.”

Jonathan commented: “It is a privilege to take over as Deputy Chairman of the Motor Panel at a time when so many challenges and opportunities are facing the market.”

Graeme Trudgill, Executive Director added: “We are very lucky to have respected brokers Keith and Jonathan step into these senior roles. The Motor Panel has a big agenda with autonomous cars, VNUK, CMA investigation, new FCA requirements, Brexit, Insurance Fraud Taskforce and the numerous issues around claims amongst other things. We are also very grateful to George Nicol for his leadership over the last 11 years and wish him well in his retirement.”


Notes to editors

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