There is a legendary mantra in the UK insurance industry that if a nuclear bomb was dropped on the UK two things would survive - cockroaches and brokers.
I don't know who said this first, but it is a mantra that gets trotted out with some regularity, especially around the British Insurance Brokers' Association conference - and with some justification.
Because the death of the insurance broker has been predicted more times than an Oasis reunion.
But to date the prospect of intermediaries holding
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