Maturing market sees more brokers flit between networks


Brokers have traditionally been loyal to their network providers. But recent events have revealed that 2012 started with a growing level of churn in the sector and brokers are now switching between offerings at a rate never previously witnessed.
First reaction might be that some networks are suffering as the service provided deteriorates with size and that brokers are leaving in protest. Those that have won members claim it is because they have a better service than the losing network while those

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