Cross-border broker partnership plans escalate ahead of Brexit

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The threat of a no deal Brexit and the end of passporting to EU countries has led to UK brokers looking to collaborate with firms based in the European Union, including Ireland.

The rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal earlier this week was met with warnings of increased uncertainty from several market experts.

But Conor Brennan, chief executive officer of Dublin-based broker Arachas, told Insurance Age that he sees Brexit as an opportunity for his company to work with UK

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