The future's bright for brokers


Eric Galbraith, the Scot who until last month was managing director of one of the UK's largest regional brokers, Hill House Hammond - which is in turn owned by Norwich Union - believes the future for brokers is bright, despite the shadow cast by regulation, and that good advice and service will always be in demand.

"Things like the need for choice will never go out of fashion and I believe that there is a great future for brokers," says Mr Galbraith. "Both the direct operators and the internet

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