Sterling targets northern business with new Manchester office


The provider claimed that the move was designed to increase its presence in the North and enable staff to work more closely with existing brokers.

According to the insurer, it has seen increasing demand for its offering from brokers specialising in commercial and high net worth risks in the North West and North East of England.

David Sweeney, Sterling's director of home and commercial insurance, said: "We are excited to bring a more local presence to Sterling in the northern regions and to bring

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