Brightside hails policy growth

Martyn Holman

In its trading update to the stock exchange, the Bristol-based broker said total policy sales were up 5% from 444,189 in 2011 to 465,726 last year. 

The area with the biggest percentage growth was the broker's personal lines taxi and minibus (including affinity partnerships) policy sales which soared by 84% from 32,328 to 59,337.

However not every line was positive, for instance online home sales fell to 3,636 (2011: 14,861).

Last year, chief executive Martyn Holman, pictured, blamed the poor

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