A tale of two brokers

Peter James is an entrepreneur, the type that finds it difficult to keep their toes out of the business water. In addition to broking, James has become a director of several restaurants and an electrical parts company, though insurance and broking remains at the forefront of his ambitions.

He is not afraid of a challenge: having already established Peter James & Co several years ago - a very similar business to Footman James - he took over the unprofitable and effectively bankrupt Stewart Miller

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