Davies wins place in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track as one of UK’s fastest growing international businessesDavies wins place in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track as one of UK’s fastest growing international businesses https://davies-group.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/sundaytimes_final-1024x536.jpg 1024 536 Davies Group https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/5b4f3f82279dc6d721badf2b2a14c5a9?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Today Davies announces that it has been featured in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, as it accelerates international growth, and launches new claims and insurance operations in North America, as well as doubling the size of its Ireland operations, alongside and significant new business wins.
In the UK the firm added a new Learning Solutions segment to its Consulting & Technology offering, through the acquisition of FWD, and added new claims capability through the acquisitions of TMS, GBB and Banwells.
Earlier this year, Davies announced a significant move in to the insurance legal services sector, through the acquisition of Keoghs, the insurance-focused, top 50 law firm. Keoghs formed a new legal solutions arm within Davies, as the business continues to deepen its capability and domain expertise across its global insurance and highly regulated market segments.
Davies has consistently delivered double-digit annual organic growth and in 2019 reported revenue growth of 49%. In addition, Davies has increased its annual investments in innovation and digital transformation more than four-fold, including in its CQ claims processing platform, its video and drone claims handling solutions, as well as investing in automation, speech analytics and virtual reality, which has added to its global success.
Dan Saulter, Group CEO commented: “I’m delighted that our growing business has ranked in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, this win is down to our 3,700 colleagues who deliver a fantastic service to our 600+ clients. We will continue investing for the future, in new solutions and technologies, both in our home markets and internationally.”