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TH March and NAJ update club partnership

Specialist insurance broker TH March, in association with the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ), has revamped its existing TH March Club, offering an improved insurance cover service for its members.

Representatives from the UK jewellery trade joined managers from the NAJ and TH March for the official launch yesterday (March 29).

Held at the Bleeding Heart Restaurant in Hatton Garden, the new club logo and exclusive range of benefits was unveiled to members of the industry and the trade press.

The new club was initially launched as part of NAJ Live held during the Jewellery & Watch Show in February.

The club will now offer NAJ members a wide range of benefits, including enhanced insurance cover, a free general insurance helpline, an updated security guide, private medical insurance, discounted home insurance and key person cover, joint email marketing campaigns and a security audit, as well discounts on financial planning, pension and wealth management advice.

Managing director of TH March Neil McFarlane said: “Our aim is to strengthen the close working relationship we have with the NAJ by continuing to provide an ever-improving proposition with tangible benefits for Club members.”

The new benefits to members involved indepth industry research carried out with the NAJ and its members.

The relationship between TH March and the NAJ is a long-standing partnership that dates back to 1906.

In 2009, the then NAG (now part of the NAJ) and TH March launched the SaferGems anti-crime initiative.


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