Axa scoops up Slade Edwards' mobile catering scheme


The insurer said that the scheme - which provides insurance for ice cream, sandwich and burger vans - was forecast to product more than £2m premium over the next three years. 

Axa confirmed that the deal - which will take effect on 1 April - was struck as a result of its relationship with Broker Network and followed Ecclesiastical's decision to exit the market, as exclusively revealed by Insurance Age last November.

"With our long-standing knowledge of this sector of the motor market and Axa's

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