Cullum-backed Ataraxia launches broker network

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MD Adam Boakes says model will help brokers increase their income as well as provide them with a guaranteed investor in their business once they're looking to exit.

Ataraxia has launched a crossover network which aims to help brokers boost their income as well as being a stepping stone for firms looking for a “gentle exit strategy”, Insurance Age can reveal.

The acquisition firm said that Ataraxia Lite would work as a traditional network, giving brokers access to products from UK insurers, as well as support to grow through making deals.

According to Ataraxia manging director, Adam Boakes, the model also provides brokers with a guaranteed investor in

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