Bravo Networks’ SME e-trade platform goes live

Digital handshake

Bravo Networks has launched Bravo Digital Trader, with Zurich writing the first policy.

The e-trade platform, part of Bravo Networks Accelerator, had been scheduled for a rollout last summer. Insurance Age revealed last month that the offering was set to be delivered.

In an exclusive interview in February, Phil Bayles, chief commercial officer at Ardonagh Advisory, confirmed it would begin with RSA and Zurich on a tradesman product, listing the A–Z of insurers which will be added in time, such as Allianz, Arch, Aviva, Axa, Hiscox, Markel and QBE, on a product-by-product basis.



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