Broker Apprentice 2016: The best new scheme in the market - episode five

The apprentices have their first individual challenge – selling their schemes idea to LV boss Mike Crane.

The six hopefuls in the 2016 Broker Apprentice have their first chance to shine individually outside of the confines of their team.

Each contestant has to pitch a scheme they have created to LV's Mike Crane, Euros Jones and Michael Lawrence.

Which new scheme idea is best researched? Who has the most engaging presentation technique? What will Mike Crane choose to back?

Scheme pitches
Watch on to see the pitches from:

  • Jonathan Catley on motor fleet
  • Szymon Wloch on fish & chip shops
  • Dean Caldwell on telematics and flexible rates for university students
  • Francesca Davies on the implications of the Vnuk ruling
  • Craig Younger on personal cyber insurance
  • Katie Waugh on property owners with asylum seeker tenants

Do you agree with the scheme that triumphs?

There is only one more round to go for the candidates to impress LV's managing director Mike Crane and scoop the prestigious accolade of Broker Apprentice 2016.

Who is your favourite to win the crown?

The series so far:
Stand-off at The Broker Expo - episode four
The primary school challenge - episode three
The insurance-themed treasure hunt - episode two
Meet the teams - episode one

Meet the apprentices:
Dean Caldwell
Jonathan Catley
Francesca Davies
Katie Waugh
Szymon Wloch
Craig Younger

Keep up-to-date with The 2016 Broker Apprentice series with this dedicated section of the website.

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