U-Sure said it is the first non-standard property provider to be added to the platform.
The recruitment drive follows a management restructure earlier this year.
The regime replaces Approved Persons and the regulator advised it wanted most transitions to take place automatically.
The office is based in Basildon and replaces its Sudbury and Brentwood branches which have closed.
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Mark Hands, former head of trading (North) at the insurer has set up Mercia Underwriting which is due to begin trading on 1 January with capacity arranged through Lloyd’s by Circle Insurance Services.
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The bespoke product for campervans and motorhomes will be available to the broker market.
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The insurance and travel business said the changes would enable it to invest in further growth as it issues trading update.
The broker division will continue to be led by Mike Crane and the insurer said its broker relationships will continue to be business as usual.
She will still have oversight of distribution but her new role will enable her to have a more strategic role within the Ardonagh Group.
A number of insurance firms have joined the latest wave as part of the watchdog’s innovation scheme.
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In addition to this sale the business is also looking to raise £224m in additional capital as it looks to support global growth strategy and deals in the pipeline.
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The move sees head of UK general insurance Conor Brennan move to the newly created director of business development role.
The deal to buy Anglo-Hibernian, GRP’s 12th, was for an undisclosed sum.
The insurer said the changes were targeted to attract ‘white van man’ and would be offered to an increased number of brokers.
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The warning comes after the Justice Committee said more evidence was needed before the government can make a decision on how the rate should be set.
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