NCI aims to grow pet business from £6m to £50m


NCI is aiming to increase its business in pet insurance from around £6m to up to £50m after striking long-term deals with Aviva and Qatar Insurance Company (QIC) as its capacity providers.

Neil Richards-Smith, group managing director of the broker, said the insurers will replace Elite, its previous provider, after the firm decided to pull out of the pet insurance market.

He told Insurance Age that the plan is to have business across both Aviva and QIC with both writing different types of

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