Lloyd's broker John Holman and Sons has revamped its religious buildings scheme with full underwriting authority, in a bid to write a number of commercial property products in-house.
Holman's had been placing religious buildings, in addition to associated contents and liability insurance, on a traditional broking basis, but has re-launched the product with full underwriting authority to enable it to write risks and produce documentation in-house.
Will Caldwell, senior commercial underwriter at Hol
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