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- Gallagher Inverness relocation to better serve businesses and support growth agenda
Gallagher invests in new Inverness hub for Highlands & Islands
Gallagher has relocated to new offices in Inverness to improve accessibility, better serve local businesses and support its wider growth agenda for the Highlands & Islands.
The move to modern offices at Duncan House, Wester Inshes Place, reflects Gallagher’s commitment to investing in and maintaining a local presence — serving customers on the ground as a community broker, embedded in the regions it serves.
Gallagher’s Inverness branch acts as the hub for serving the Highlands & Islands, with additional offices in Fort William and Skye. Together the teams look after customers from as far north as Shetland and Orkney, and as far south as Oban and Mull, covering the North and North-West of Scotland.
Ian MacDonald, Gallagher branch director in Inverness, commented: “Our new base at Wester Inshes Place is ideally situated for our needs as we look to expand our team to support an increasingly wide range of local and regional businesses. With everything from hospitality, tourism and the creative industries to business services, food production and energy, the Highlands & Islands economy is dynamic and diverse with all our customers facing unique challenges that require tailored risk management advice and insurance protection.
“Duncan House offers a much more customer and employee-friendly location from which to grow our team and ensure we continue to provide regional knowledge and local client service — backed up by the extensive resources that come from Gallagher’s UK-wide network and position as one of the world’s largest risk management and insurance broking businesses.”
Pictured left to right: Ian MacDonald, Louise Wheelan, Paul Chiffers, Andrew Martin