Award Winning FinTech Entrepreneur Lisa Powis joins our Advisory Board.

Today is a huge milestone for us as we announce the addition of award winning FinTech entrepreneur Lisa Powis to our advisory board.

Powis commented on her decision to accept our invitation as “PremFina is a forward-thinking and progressive premium finance provider with ambitious plans,” said Powis. “I’m delighted to join the Advisory Board and very much look forward to working with this dynamic team.”

The purpose of our Advisory Board is to further our mission in providing insurance brokers, MGAs and insurance underwriters with the tools they need to offer a flexible and adaptable instalment plan option to their customers buying insurance. It is comprised of industry leaders with diverse backgrounds and experience, each providing their unique perspective on the Company, industry requirements and trends.

Our CEO, Bundeep Singh Rangar asserted, “Lisa knows how to best match innovation and timing. She has an intuitive sense about when the market is ready to accept innovative products we’re developing.”

Powis is best known for her role as the founder and CEO of the Fresh Insurance Group, a multi-niche personal lines brokerage with over 80,000 policyholders, writing over £60 million in annual gross written premiums. Powis went on to achieve three well renowned industry awards for Fresh as the ‘Personal Lines Broker of the Year’ by The British Insurance, Insurance Age and Insurance Times.

After building the business for 16 years, Powis sold Fresh to Vantage Group in May 2018. She then became the first woman to win the Achievement Award at the UK Brokers Awards in 2018.

More importantly, Powis’s commitment to innovation and giving back to the community with charitable support matches our business ethics. We’re excited to utilise her experience to spread our financially inclusive business model even further and inspire other women in the industry.

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