Blog: Keeping it local

Nick Hobbs

Big is apparently beautiful, or most logical, with the quest for efficiency and the advantages of size reshaping the insurance market.

Alongside broker consolidation, insurers are also reviewing and revising their operations, aiming to secure advantages in cost and efficiency.

But while there is a temptation to centralise everything, creating hubs and super-centres, there are significant benefits in keeping it local when it comes to supporting brokers and their clients.


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