He claims that there is no conflict of interest with insurer appetite at the network as with its 60 members being start-ups, about half of whom have come from large consolidated brokers, they do not like being told what to do.
"One of their prime motivations for bring a start-up is they weren't the sort of people who like being told to place this business with which ever insurer beginning with the letter A was flavour of the month today," he says.
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