Video: Keychoice Underwriting's Jonathan Davey argues the case for MGAs


Consistently poor insurer service levels have allowed managing general agents (MGAs) to cement their place in the market, according to one of the latest entrants to the sector.

In an exclusive interview with, Jonathan Davey, managing director of Keychoice Underwriting, provided a robust defence of the model claiming that MGAs existed only because a vacuum had been created by insurers.

"A number of insurers took a punt that the [introduction] of the Financial Services Authority

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