Money is coming back into insurance.

Clearly, money is coming back into insurance. While the early 1990s
saw companies reining back on corporate hospitality and non-essential
expenditure, insurers and brokers seem to be a little more financially
relaxed these days. Take, AON for example.


Overheard understands that one of its key account handlers was recently
handed a budget of £100,000 to spend on World Cup hospitality. Lucky
clients - that's a lot of free booze and football.


Also fiscally comfortable is Independent Insurance. Much to

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