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In April this year, the Financial Times "disclosed" that commercial
insurance brokers are "receiving payments from underwriters as well as
fees or commission" and cast doubt on whether it is in the clients' best
interest for this practice to continue. The question of whether to take
advantage of offers of more money in the form of profit-share or
commission overriders from the insurance companies is one that raises the
blood pressure of many brokers, never mind insurance journalists. Is it
bad for

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