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Genesis Motor UK partners with Verex Group to launch branded insurance

Genesis GV80

Verex Group has announced it will be providing branded insurance and accident management solutions for Genesis Motor UK.

The contract will include a range of fully-branded insurance and accident management services that will provide the vehicle manufacturer’s customers with a tailored and comprehensive service, Verex said.

The group said the new insurance and accident assistance solution has been developed to mirror the brands offering and ensure it delivers the ‘Genesis Difference’ by combining comprehensive cover with a seamless service.

Genesis Motor UK managing director Andrew Pilkington recently discussed the prospect of white-labelled insurance a feature in the latest digital edition of AM.

Pilkington said: “A key element of the Genesis Difference is that we offer our customers a stress-free ownership experience designed around their needs.

“By partnering with Verex for our branded insurance and accident management solutions, we can deliver exactly that, providing our customers with comprehensive insurance cover and a seamless experience should anything unfortunate happen.”

Genesis Insurance will automate the process between insurers and the vehicle manufacturer, says Verex.

Andrew Long, managing director of Verex Assistance, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Genesis and offering their customers our portfolio of market leading connected insurance and accident management services using the latest cutting-edge technology.

“As Genesis launch their range of cars in the UK, they will have an insurance solution that reflects this prestigious brand.”

Its G80 and GV80 SUV will be followed by the launch of a G80 electric vehicle (EV), the more compact G70, G70 Shooting Brake and GV70 SUV models and two further new EVs in the next 12 months.

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