Towergate is pleased to announce the launch of a new farm insurance affiliation with The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA).
The new affiliation will mean that TFA members in England and Wales will have access to expert risk management advice and cost-effective farm insurance products.
The Tenant Farmers Association is the only organisation dedicated to representing the interests of farmers who do not own the land they use to farm. From traditional tenancies and Farm Business Tenancies through to share farming, contract farming and grazing licences, the TFA lobbies at all levels of Government, offering expert advice, information and support to assist farm businesses.
As a community broker with more than 50 offices throughout the country, Towergate employs over 2,000 people. Our specialist, local teams offer expertise which will be leveraged to ensure TFA members always receive the highest quality advice and best service available in the market.
TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said “The TFA strives every day to provide good advice, relevant information, and much needed support to its tenant farmer members.
“Farm insurance is clearly one important area where the TFA can help our members. I am delighted that we can affirm our relationship with Towergate which has a long-established expertise in farm insurance.”
“In putting together this new affiliation we are certain that Towergate shares our passion to support our members and to provide them with a valuable level of service.
Towergate’s Regional Managing Director for the West & Midlands Nick Hatch said: “We are thrilled to be working with the TFA.
“Towergate has a dedicated and experienced team who understand the agricultural insurance market and the demands placed on farmers in the current climate.
“We have innovative solutions under our Towergate Farm Insurance proposition and additional services that will support tenant farmers and help safeguard them and their livelihoods against risk.”
Towergate’s affiliation with the TFA launches on 01 April 2023 will last for an initial period of five years.