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Terms & Conditions

Please read this carefully as these terms and conditions of use will form a contract between you and The Wilson Organisation, Harold Wilson (Insurances) Ltd and Harold Wilson Financial Services Ltd for utilisation of this website. By accessing this site you are agreeing to these terms and conditions of use.

This site is operated by Wilson Insurance Broking Group Ltd (trading as The Wilson Organisation) a private limited company registered in England under registration number 0862690. Our registered address is Wilson House, 1 – 3 Waverley Street, Nottingham NG7 4HG.

All information, text, images and layout are owned by The Wilson Organisation or its content or technology providers. You may print, copy, download or store temporarily data or extracts from the site for non-commercial use. All other copying transmission or storage is forbidden without the prior written permission of The Wilson Organisation.

Intellectual property rights in all software and documentation supplied by us for your use in connection with the website remain our property or that of our licensors.

The Content is only for your general information and use and is not intended to address your particular requirements. In particular, the Content does not constitute any form of advice, recommendation or arrangement by The Wilson Organisation and is not intended to be relied upon by users in making (or refraining from making) any specific decisions. Appropriate independent advice should be obtained before making any such decision.

The Wilson Organisation or their affiliates, directors, employees or other representatives will not be liable for any damages arising in contract, tort, negligence, statutory duty for any loss of profits, revenue or good will or any type of consequential loss, indirect or special loss or damage whatever arising from or in any way connected with this website or these Terms or Conditions of use/privacy statement. For the avoidance of doubt nothing in these Terms or conditions of use shall exclude liability for death or personal injury arising from the negligence of The Wilson Organisation or their affiliates servants or agents or any liability that it is specifically prohibited from excluding by law.

The Wilson Organisation reserves the right to exclude you from any area within www.wilorg.com at our sole discretion and without any requirement to provide you with any advance notice of this exclusion or reason why.

Access to certain sections of this site may be subject to acceptance of additional terms to which you must consent to in order to obtain access to those areas.

The Wilson Organisation and its technology suppliers do not provide any warranty against infringement of title or quiet enjoyment and makes no express warranties.

As access to this site is over the World Wide Web the nature of the web itself means that your computer may be at risk. This may be from a computer virus, worm, cookie or other program which may damage or impair the operation of your computer and any data stored thereon. By using this site you are agreeing that the use of www.wilorg.com is entirely at your own risk.

The Site may contain links to third party internet sites not under the control of The Wilson Organisation. Accordingly The Wilson Organisation makes no representations whatsoever concerning the content of those sites. Any link provided to these sites is not an endorsement, sponsorship or affiliation by The Wilson Organisation. The Wilson Organisation is not responsible for the privacy practices, availability or content of third party sites any links provided are on an ‘as is’ basis with no warranty, express or implied for the information provided within them.

If a court strikes out, overrides or determines any provision within these Terms and Conditions to be invalid such invalidity will not effect the remaining provisions of these terms and conditions, which shall have full force and effect.

The parties irrevocably agree that these terms and conditions of use shall be governed and construed in accordance with English Law and the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

The Wilson Organisation and its technology suppliers reserve the right to make changes to any part of the site. As a part of improvement and development of the site we may change the Terms and Conditions of use.

Over 100 years of innovation

  • 1914

    A successful launch! The Wilson Organisation was founded in Nottingham by Harold Wilson and became the first company in the East Midlands to offer a comprehensive insurance policy to the region’s fast-growing band of automobile drivers. Innovation from day one.

  • 1920s

    During the 1920’s, Wilsons developed its commercial insurance offering under the stewardship of Harold Wilson. Hopping forwards 80 years, Wilsons has developed a number of industry specialisms including a particular expertise in the food and drink sector. We created a unique insurance offering called “FoodProtect” and, through this service, have been able to deliver intelligence and cost-effective insurance programmes to a broad spread of leading food producers. The best thing since sliced bread? Maybe not, but we’re working on it.

  • 1949

    John Prow joined Harold Wilson in the business, marking the first generation of the Prow family’s involvement in The Wilson Organisation. Wilsons’ clients included leading Nottingham firm Boots The Chemist plus a number of operators in the burgeoning railway sector. With post-war regeneration beginning apace, the firm’s fledgling construction expertise quickly developed into one of our leading offerings and this continues through to the present day, with clients including national and regional builders, developers, contractors, sub-contractors and architects.

  • 1960s

    The 1960s were the start of a new era for The Wilson Organisation. Harold Wilson and John Prow died on the same day in 1963, Harold of illness and John in a car crash. This left John’s son, John J Prow, to run the growing business at the age of 27. Under his youthful direction, Wilsons benefited from a new energy and direction. John J Prow, who had joined in 1960 in a new business role, led the move into our current premises at Wilson House in 1964 and then launched the financial services division in the following year.

  • 1990s

    The late 1990s heralded the start of the third generation of the Prow family’s involvement in the business. Managing Director Charlotte Prow joined in 1998, to be followed by the firm’s Chief Executive, Annabel Prow, in 2002. Product and service innovation continued apace with the launch of a corporate finance specialism in 1997, which continues to deliver valuable cost-savings and insights to the region’s dealmakers.

  • 2000s

    Now century on from the launch of The Wilson Organisation in 1914, the company continues to encourage innovation and reward good ideas. Within the financial services team, 2008 marked the launch of “Flex”, a powerful employee benefit programme and the development of “WRAP”, an investment tool with a unique level of investor control and transparency. Meanwhile, our insurance advisers worked quickly to bring to market a specialist insurance policy for insolvency practitioners.

  • 2010s

    2010 saw the launch of the Midlands Family Business Awards by Wilsons, the UK’s only independent not-for-profit Awards for family businesses. Now in their fifth year, the Awards have raised almost £20,000 for charities supporting families and young people. In 2014 we are celebrating Wilsons’ centenary, a significant milestone in Wilsons’ history.

Registered Office:
Wilson House, 1/3 Waverley Street, Nottingham, NG7 4HG

Registered in England Number 862690 - Members of British Insurance Brokers Association

Harold Wilson (Insurances) Ltd. and Harold Wilson Financial Services Ltd. are authorised and regulated by the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority)