Healthy tension between brokers and insurers

The tension between brokers and insurers was voted by 61% of delegates to be a positive force in insurance, following the debate 'Brokers and underwriters, never the twain shall meet.'

Only 39% agreed with this statement beforehand but opinion swung after the motion was put forward by Brendan McManus, commercial director of Royal & Sun Alliance and George Moore QC, HMB Sayers, while Andy Homer, chief executive of Folgate and Bill Macreath of Levy and Mcrae argued against the motion.

Mr McManus

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