Merger for Godbold.

Hemel Hempstead-based broker Godbold Hadden and its subsidiary GH Bray Clements have merged, and are...

Polaris goes pro B2B

Polaris has revealed it is investing in several business to business websites, benefiting brokers and...

Pulling power.

Goods in transit insurance is traditionally the preserve of the specialist broker. However, it has been greatly demystified over recent years, and general brokers could be doing more to pull in clients and reap the rewards on offer.

Taking on the lawyers.

The phasing out of SIF means that, from 1 September, lawyers must buy their professional indemnity cover on the open market. This huge shake-up means there is plenty of business out there for brokers who are quick off the mark, says Simon Threadgold.

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