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LOXAHATCHEE, FL, UNITED STATES, July 9, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Christopher Robert Zeller is a leader in the field of commercial insurance, and he works as a commercial insurance advisor. He is an insurance agent at Evergreen Insurance Agency. He started his insurance career in the early part of the millennium after he earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida. In addition, he supports the Kids Cancer Foundation of South Florida and is an active member of the Gold Coast Builders Association. Zeller specializes in commercial insurance, and he works with many types of clients. He works with contractors, employee benefits packages, and community associations, among others. He prides himself in taking a hands-on and customized approach with every client on his or her needs, whether it is risk management or some other need within commercial insurance. This has led to many mutually satisfying and beneficial business relationships.
As a commercial insurance advisor, what Zeller does is identify prospects for business for a variety of clients. He is willing to work with both prospective and established clients, and what he does is evaluate the risk that is characteristic of each specific business. Commercial general liability insurance is a category of insurance policies that give business owners liability insurance that will cover them in terms of general business risks. It is generally the first line of insurance coverage that a business will purchase and is quite important. Some of the risks that are covered by this type of insurance include property damage and bodily injury on business premises or as a result of some of the business operations, medical payments coverage, and personal and advertising injury. As such, a commercial insurance advisor will tell clients what types of insurance they should be purchasing and what types of coverage they should be electing for themselves.
Christopher Robert Zeller mostly does his work in West Palm Beach, Florida. In addition to his role as a commercial insurance advisor at Evergreen Insurance Agency, which he has been in since August 2013, he has also worked as a sales executive at Gateway Insurance Agency LLC, where he was from August 2011 to July 2013. Zeller graduated from the University of Florida – Warrington College of Business. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in 2002. He attended Saint Andrews School from 1982 to 1998 prior to his university education.
Christopher Robert Zeller not only works in the field of commercial insurance, but he is also very active in his community, as shown by his involvement with community organizations mentioned above. In addition, he spends time with his family, which includes a wife and two children. He enjoys traveling and golf as well in his free time.
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Hellas Direct receives a EUR15 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB). EIB and Hellas Direct representatives at the virtual signing ceremony.
Next-generation insurance company Hellas Direct raises EUR 32 million and welcomes European Investment Bank backing
Hellas Direct today announced agreement of a EUR15 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB).
The EIB is pleased to provide EUR 15 million backing to accelerate pioneering digitalization driven expansion by Hellas Direct through our largest ever support for financial services in Cyprus.”
— Lilyana Pavlova, Vice President of the European Investment Bank
NICOSIA, CYPRUS, July 8, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Hellas Direct, an innovative, technology-driven insurance company operating in Greece and Cyprus, today announced agreement of a EUR15 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB). The venture debt financing – which is the first of its kind to be offered to a Cypriot company by the EIB – is designed to support research and development, accelerate the group’s sales and marketing efforts and expand its customer base, is part of the total EUR 32m raised in Hellas Direct’s latest financing round.
The EUR 15 million EIB loan, representing the EIB’s largest ever support for financial services in Cyprus was formally agreed by Alexis Pantazis and Emilios Markou, Executive Directors of Hellas Direct and Lilyana Pavlova, European Investment Bank Vice President responsible for Cyprus during an online signing ceremony on Thursday 8th July.
“We are really proud that Hellas Direct is the first Cypriot company to be backed by a venture debt investment from the EIB. The bank’s support means a lot to us, as we prepare to replicate our business model across borders and to pursue a more aggressive acquisition strategy in the region”, said Alexis Pantazis, Executive Director of Hellas Direct.
“This is a great moment for Hellas Direct. We are very excited to be backed by the EIB, one of the world’s leading financial institutions. Their support and know-how will enable us to increase our market share, optimize our services and pursue our long term strategic goals. Great things are coming!”, commented Emilios Markou, Executive Director of Hellas Direct.
“The European Investment Bank is committed to supporting innovation investment and high-tech business growth. The EIB is pleased to provide EUR 15 million backing to accelerate pioneering digitalization driven expansion by leading regional insurance company Hellas Direct through our largest ever support for financial services in Cyprus. The new investment will expand provision of technology led insurance services across the region and adapt financial services to a post-Covid world,” said Lilyana Pavlova, Vice President of the European Investment Bank .
In backing Hellas Direct, the EIB joins a broad range of global investors which includes Portag3, the IFC (member of the World Bank Group), Endeavor Catalyst, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and well-known family offices including those of Jon Moulton and Lord O’Neill.
Hellas Direct is a digital-first, full-stack insurance company, empowered by cutting-edge technology and the use of advanced analytics. It has built its own proprietary underwriting and online distribution platform and has developed a cutting-edge claims management platform. The group’s vision is to use this platform to generate leads and claims management fees. Empowered by the latest round of funding and using technology as a competitive edge, the company plans to expand into five blindspot European markets, starting with Romania, in order to replicate the multi-product, multi-channel approach it has successfully deployed in Greece and Cyprus.
Last year the EIB provided EUR 245 million for new investment in Cyprus and since the 2013 financial crisis the EIB has provided nearly EUR 2 billion for public and private investment in the country.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is the long-term lending institution of the European Union owned by its Member States. It makes long-term finance available for sound investment in order to contribute towards EU policy goals.
MNsure is reminding people they have two weeks left to sign up for private health insurance during a special enrollment period that will end on Friday, July 16.
New benefits – available only through MNsure – include increased tax credits and cost-sharing reductions that can reduce premiums as well as the amount you pay for health care costs. In addition, more middle-income Minnesotans who previously were not eligible for financial help are now eligible for these benefits. And if you received unemployment income at any point in 2021, you may be able to find a plan through MNsure with a premium as low as $ 0 per month.
Minnesotans who received unemployment in 2021 may qualify for a new, 60-day special enrollment period, separate from the COVID-19 special enrollment, to shop for coverage through MNsure.
Current MNsure enrollees who qualify for an unemployment special enrollment period also have the option of changing to silver level plans, to access benefits only available at the silver level that greatly reduce out-of-pocket costs for in-network services. Find out more about the unemployment benefit through MNsure.
To explore your options, visit MNsure.org and select “COVID special enrollment” on the homepage.
Another Twitter user wrote: “Just had a phone call from this number saying that there was an issue with my National Insurance number.
“Don’t engage with it. #scam.”
“Just got this #scam call with an automated message telling me that my National Insurance number will be terminated. If you do get the call, don’t press one,” someone else penned.
Pauline Smith, Head of Action Fraud, said: “We are asking the public to remain vigilant and be cautious of any automated calls they receive mentioning their National Insurance number becoming compromised.
National Insurance scams have sadly become rife throughout the COVID-19 crisis, however, there will be some who have not yet experienced this. Scammers are stepping up their efforts to attack Britons, and it is important to be on guard against their tricks. The latest scam involves a phone call which people have reported receiving in recent hours and days.
If failing to do so, the caller says criminal proceedings will be started against an individual, and they could be forced to repay thousands in fraudulent transactions.
As individuals are dealing with their National Insurance number, the caller may also ask a person to confirm this detail, as well as name, date of birth and address.
This is a simple way for the fraudster to harvest personal and sensitive information from the unsuspecting call recipient.
It could go on to be used to try to gain access to accounts, or steal a person’s identity.
It is important to note none of the information on this scam call is true, and so Britons should always put the phone down before they can be exploited.
People should never hand over any sensitive information, particularly as official Government organisations would never ask for a person to do so.
It may also be able to offer individuals advice about how to continue to protect themselves.
Several individuals issued stark warnings about the National Insurance scam call via social media.
One person wrote: “I had it last week. Almost answered as it had a local code as the number.”
Another said: “All the ones I’ve had have come from numbers with the first eight digits the same as mine, oddly enough.”
A third individual penned: “Got yet another scam voicemail pretending to be NCA who were going to suspend my National Insurance number. These are annoying to me, but for someone who is vulnerable it could lead to ID theft. Always hang up, never press one.”
A fourth person warned: “Ignore them – it’s a scam! Your NI number doesn’t expire until you die.”
And one person who had sadly been victimised, warned others to stay alert.
They said: “This happened to me, and they ended up taking £100 from my account! They are so very bold.
Drivers may have their policy axed by insurers for driving without the correct level of cover they need as special allowances introduced for the pandemic come to an end. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has confirmed it will be “necessary” for drivers to ensure they have the right insurance class from April 30.
The rules were relaxed in lockdown, allowing drivers to make other journeys that were not part of their usual routine without needing to upgrade their policy.
Drivers have been urged to contact their provider if there are “ongoing changes” to the journey they made before the pandemic.
The ABI said: “As restrictions change and travel to workplaces becomes more routine, it will again become necessary for drivers to check their insurance cover is appropriate for their needs.
“You will need to speak with your insurer or broker if there are ongoing changes to your working and driving activities since taking out the policy.
Although this coverage will continue, they warn insurers “may wish to be informed” so drivers are still urged to contact their provider.
Ryan Fulthorpe, motoring expert at Go Compare said the return to previous rules could mean drivers will need to “upgrade their cover”.
He said: “It’s been just over a year since the first national Covid lockdown and, as the latest restrictions begin to be lifted, we are all finding our new normal.
“For many people, this means getting back to the office or other workplace.
“To reflect changes in driving behaviour as commuting and driving between different workplaces starts to pick up, insurers have reviewed their position.
“From May, drivers who insured their car only for social, domestic or pleasure purposes, but following the pandemic now use their car to travel to work, will have to upgrade their cover.”
According to Compare the Market, a driver’s ‘class of use’ is used to determine overall risk behind the wheel.
Commuting to work could see prices slightly higher as drivers will be travelling at one of the busiest times of the day and therefore exposed to more risk.
Despite the higher costs, Go Compare has warned road users who fail to update their details to reflect recent changes could face “severe penalties”.
Mr Fulthorp added: “Following the end of insurers’ pledges to automatically extend cover during lockdown, it’s essential that drivers make sure their car insurance covers them for their new normal usage.
“If a motorist fails to declare that they drive to work, or drive as part of their work, this could invalidate their insurance and driving without insurance carries severe penalties.
“So, if you’ve started driving to work since the pandemic and you are unsure whether you’re covered, the best thing to do is to contact your insurer immediately so your policy can be updated if necessary.
“Likewise, it’s essential to tell your insurer if you’ve changed job or moved address since you arranged your insurance.”