Bluefin Sport joins forces with the Sport and Recreation Alliance

Specialist risk management and insurance broker Bluefin Sport has become an official supplier to the Sport and Recreation Alliance, furthering its impact in the sector.

Bluefin Sport already works with a number of our members, providing tailored risk management and insurance solutions.

As an official supplier, Bluefin Sport will develop further learning and engagement across the sport and recreation sector, while sharing knowledge through targeted content on the Alliance website and during our events.

Bluefin Sport is a specialist division of Marsh, the world’s leading insurance broker and risk adviser, with dedicated teams across the UK offering insurance broking and risk management advice to the world of sport.

Daniel Thompson, Head of Sport at Bluefin Sport, said: “We are delighted to join the Alliance as an official supplier and further support members with their insurance and risk management needs.

"The risks Governing Bodies now face are becoming more complex, as sporting events grow bigger than ever; robust risk management and insurance programmes are now fundamental to their success.

"We look forward to working with the Alliance and its members, and providing innovative solutions and insight that help them continue to thrive.”

By further strengthening our relationship with the insurance sector, the Alliance has reiterated its commitment to providing value and diversity of services available as a benefit to all of our members.

Adrian Stockman, Director of Corporate Services and Business Development at the Alliance added: “We are very pleased to welcome Bluefin Sport to the Sport and Recreation Alliance family.

“As an organisation, we continually look to work with organisations who can offer our members valuable, insightful and essential services.

“Bluefin Sport has a wonderful track record of supporting the sport sector and we look forward to working with them on innovative, engaging content to share with our members over the coming months.”