Insurers are becoming 'hacked off' with networks


The breakdown in the relationship came after months of negotiations.

James Sharp, director at TEn Insurance Services, said: “I do think insurers are getting hacked off.”

He said that while some networks were working hard for their money by making themselves a part of the process of placing business, others were not.

He commented: “Frankly the proposition [some networks] put to insurers is a bit like being a member of a golf club, where they think they can get 10% off a new Jag or a new BMW, just

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