Grasping the nettle

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The successful birth of the Managing General Agents’ Association (MGAA) has highlighted the continuing appetite of brokers and policyholders for the services of underwriting agencies.

From a broker’s perspective MGAs can offer a variety of potential benefits ranging from speed of service over their larger insurer rivals, innovative products and often a degree of exclusivity and ‘difference’.

The sector controls a significant proportion of the UK general insurance market and so attracts the

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