Chartered status helps "tip the scales" for new business

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Paul Hine, managing director of Hine Insurance Brokers, posted in the Insurance Age LinkedIn group that chartered status forms part of the "decision-making process" for certain clients.

He wrote: "We've certainly experienced this when dealing with other professional firms - a number of such firms who refer business to us have commented that they feel reassured being able to recommend a chartered firm.

"In a sector where clients have traditionally had to use premium as a means to benchmark one

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