Hamilton Fraser has been identified as one of the most ambitious and fast-growing companies in the UK.City A.M. and Mishcon de Reya assembled this year’s Leap 100 list of the country’s fastest-growing companies to watch. From Joe and Seph’s award-winning gourmet popcorn to Lost My Name’s best-selling and technologically advanced personalised picture books, the list includes a wide variety of companies.Each company featured in the Leap 100 excel in the four vital areas of leadership, ambition, team and money. City A.M. will follow the Leap 100’s progress including their challenges and successes throughout the year.In 2016 Hamilton Fraser celebrates its 20th anniversary, having launched in 1996 as an insurance broker specialising in property and medical indemnity insurance, growing to include Total Landlord Insurance; the government authorised tenancy deposit scheme mydeposits; the government appointed consumer complaints scheme Property Redress Scheme and the Client Money Protect membership scheme.The company currently employs160 members of staff in new spacious offices in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire allowing for future expansion.“We are extremely proud to be included in The Leap 100 Companies List,” said Eddie Hooker (right), CEO of Hamilton Fraser, “We have worked tremendously hard over the past 20 years to achieve this level of success and it is very rewarding that our efforts are being acknowledged, especially on our 20th anniversary. We hope to build on our success with a vision of doubling the size of Hamilton Fraser within the next 5 years.”The Leap 100 can be seen here: http://www.cityam.com/leap-100Property Redress Scheme Hamilton Fraser PRS specialist insurance services The Leap 100 List June 6, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Hamilton Fraser joins The Leap 100 List previous nextAgencies & PeopleHamilton Fraser joins The Leap 100 ListHamilton Fraser, provider of specialist insurance services, has been named in The Leap 100.The Negotiator6th June 20160825 Views
By Julien PretotMONT AIGOUAL, France (Reuters) – Kazakh Alexey Lutsenko claimed his maiden victory on the Tour de France when he won the sixth stage, a 191-km trek from Le Teil yesterday as the top guns again delayed the fight for the general classification.Astana rider Lutsenko, a former Under-23 world champion, prevailed from an eight-man breakaway at the top of Mont Aigoual to add to his 2017 Vuelta stage win.Spain’s Jesus Herrada took second place, 55 seconds behind with Belgian Greg van Avermaet in third, 2:15 off the pace.Briton Adam Yates retained the overall leader’s yellow jersey after staying tucked in the main peloton, which crossed the line with a deficit of 2:53. “We talked about it in the team bus this morning and we agreed that it was a stage that suited me,” said Lutsenko, who broke clear in the punishing ascent to the Col de la Lusette, a 11.7km climb at an average gradient of 7.3%.Behind him, the main favourites did not use the ascent to test each other, leaving defending champion Egan Bernal’s Ineos team to set a moderate pace.“We knew that this climb was tricky, it was a pretty bad surface. I think we climbed at our own speed and saved energy, we just tried to stay safe,” said Ineos domestique Michal Kwiatkowski. “Everyone is keeping his powder dry and is saving energy for the next days,” said Yates, who was never threatened throughout the stage.Slovenian Tadej Pogacar, who is third overall, suffered an untimely puncture in the climb up to the Col de la Lusette but managed to regain his place in the peloton easily, thanks to the bunch’s slow pace.The only sparkle came in the final metres, when Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe produced a brief attack to regain one second after losing the yellow jersey to Yates, following a 20-second penalty for illegal feeding on Wednesday. Today’s seventh stage is a 168-km ride from Millau to Lavaur, which is expected to favour the sprint specialists.