Who we are
Mann Broadbent was established in 1961 by its founders Bob Mann and Bob Broadbent with the intention of providing the necessary cover for teams engaged in amateur sport. Bob Mann’s background was in football, not only as a player, but later as a Football League, F.I.F.A. and Olympic Games’ referee and an administrator at County F.A. level. Bob Broadbent’s background was in cricket. He was, for many years, a regular first eleven batsman with Worcestershire County Cricket Club.
The business was subsequently acquired by Sutcliffe & Co, a family owned independent insurance broker in Worcester. Under their management the business has prospered and grown into other sports and leisure pursuits including dance.
Mann Broadbent continues to grow by providing insurance advice and good service to individuals and organisations, whilst maintaining the personal service and one-to-one relationships that the business was founded upon over 50 years ago.
Why Mann Broadbent:
We give advice and arrange insurance for a wide range of clients from individuals through to national governing bodies, including amateurs and professionals. Developed over a number of years, we have a number of exclusive schemes designed by us that are not available elsewhere – we also have access to underwriters that specialise in bespoke covers.
As independent insurance brokers our job is to provide insurance to our clients that gives them the cover they need at a competitive premium. We will also be there when changes or claims occur to provide on-going support. In addition we can advise on risk management and continuity to help you run your organisation. When selecting a professional adviser such as an insurance broker, you need to be certain that you are dealing with an organisation that you can trust, who understands your specialised activity and has your best interests at heart.
Our staff have participated in a vast range of sports and leisure activities. As a result they understand your needs and can talk to you about your insurance in a language you can understand.