Roundtable (part 4): Is chartered status too exclusive and expensive?


Is there a point where insurers will only deal with chartered brokers? If so, how far down the line is that?

▶ Amanda: Honestly, I don’t know the answer to that, because I can’t see in my crystal ball. What I do think, though is there is a point at which insurers will only want to deal with people who are being professional and who act professionally. Take it to a basic level: good quote submissions, good claims support, good underwriting data. My experience is that there are an awful lot of

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