Over the past months, Credit Insurance professionals have raised significant sums of money for charity. Thank you for sharing your photos with us.
Allianz Trade in UK & Ireland hosted the Annual Trade Credit & Political Risk Insurance Industry Dinner in November and raised an incredible £29,000 for Mind, a charity which provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. 
Jake Giddings, Senior Business Development Manager at Atradius, completed his first London Marathon in October. Although his run didn’t go completely to plan, he hobbled (his words) over the line to finish with a time of 4 hours and 22 minutes. Including gift aid, Jake and his running partner, Matthew Moy have raised over £5,000 for MS UK (a charity dedicating to empowering people affected by multiple sclerosis to live happier and healthier lives).

The pair have reached their target but would welcome any further donations. Click here to donate.
Congratulations to Dan Yallop, Business Controller at Allianz Trade UK & Ireland, for completing the London Marathan in 4 hours 13 minutes and for raising an incredible £3004 for Bowel Cancer UK. 
 If you would like to donate to Dan's JustGiving page click here.
Fifteen members of the team at Allianz Trade Australia (including the Oceania CEO Chris Doube & Commercial Director Paolo Carrozza) took part in Movember, raising funds and awareness for men's health. 
Top Row – Simon Doohan, Anna-Lee Dunk, Subbu Subramanian, Shern Clark Middle Row – Nattaya Panassutrakorn, Chris Doube, Rhiannon Jones, Michael Baker Bottom Row – Nathan McQuade, Joe Glanznig, Nakul Nirmal, Paolo Carrozza
The team raised an incredible AU$7,176 — decimating last year's effort of AU$3,735 and achieved well over their goal of AU$4,000. Mo Sista’s also joined in the Movember fun by running/walking a total of 288 kilometres. Some of the team's new moustaches are modelled above.
Left to right – Ian Dennis, Paolo Carrozza, Chris Doube, John Price, Nakul Nirmal.
Andrew Aldridge, Underwriting Manager, Commercial – Credit at Tokio Marine HCC, has run an incredible three ultra marathons this year raising almost £6,500 (including match funding from Tokio Marine HCC) for three charities. Two of the charities were company charities (LAMP and Dementia UK) and he also raised money for Make A Wish. The final, and by far, longest ultra was the 130-mile Liverpool to Leeds Canal race. This took 30 hours to complete and Andrew finished in 10th place.
If you would like to donate to Andrew's fundraising page for Make a Wish, Click here
If you would like to donate to Andrew's fundraising page for Dementia UK, Click here

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