Revilo Life to join the Revilo Group of companies

Date published: 31 July 2019

A fast-expanding Rochdale company has gone 'premium’ after joining forces with a leading figure in the North West insurance sector.

Revilo Group, founded by local entrepreneur Lee Collins in 2014, has teamed up with experienced insurance specialist, Jemma Holden, to add ‘Revilo Life’, a specialist insurance provider, to the Revilo Group of companies.

The new division will work closely with Revilo Homes and Mortgages which is quickly establishing itself as a one-stop-shop for all house-moving needs.

Jemma Holden said: "This is a really exciting opportunity with a prominent firm.

"We share a common desire to deliver excellence in customer service and I can't wait to help Revilo Life achieve further growth.

“There is a heady mix of experience and expertise here and our customers can rest assured that we will deliver sound advice across all aspects of insurance."

Jemma joins the team at Revilo Group as an established specialist in insurance after starting her own company, Chestnut Solutions UK Ltd, in 2007. The venture proved to be a huge success, leading to a merger with Manchester-based firm Reich Insurance in 2015. Jemma then ran Reich Chestnut before opting to join Revilo Group, having previously worked with Revilo Chief Executive Lee Collins.

Mr Collins said: “I have enjoyed a long-standing business relationship with Jemma; we share the same values and her business achievements are there for all to see.

“We were keen to add an insurance offering to our bespoke service and Jemma was the ideal choice. She has vast experience and I fully expect the company to be hugely successful in the months and years ahead.

Revilo Life will join the rest of Revilo Group at the group’s Headquarters on Bridgefold Road and will offer a range of commercial and personal insurance services to business and private individuals.

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