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At Insurance Corporation we're very proud of our staff and island roots, here are a few of the activities we've been up to recently both professionally and in the community.

Jersey Conservation Awards 2012

The Jersey Bat Group scooped the top prize of £2.000 for Best Jersey Environmental Project, at this year’s Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards. The Awards were held at Societe Jersiaise on 8 August with Les Landes School taking the prize for the Best School Environmental Project.

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Andrew Mills – The Profile, GBG Magazine

Andrew Mills has returned to his former role as Business Manager at Insurance Corporation after a four-year break working in captives. Andrew is delighted to return to the company and says his time in captives provided him with additional experience of the insurance world enabling him to put into perspective the work that Insurance Corporation does through its underwriting and captive management facilities.

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Guernsey Winners Announced

Little Trees Project wins top prize

A tree-planting project in local schools has won the coveted Insurance Corporation Conservation Award for 2012. Organised by the Guernsey Society of the Men of the Trees, the Little Trees Project focused on tree planting and habitat creation to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Now the team behind the project have been presented with a cheque for £2,000 to help fund their endeavours.

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Smile 4 Wessex

On a blustery Friday in June, Insurance Corporation representatives joined around 80 other players in a round of golf to raise funds for charity at La Grande Mare golf course, Guernsey.

This year marked the 6th annual event and an astounding figure of c. £12,500 was raised from the event. Well done to everyone involved.

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30th Anniversary Celebratory Ball

To mark and celebrate Insurance Corporation’s 30th anniversary, a gala summer ball was held at the Old Government House.  The whole team from across the islands joined together to put on their glad rags and raise a glass.

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