InsurTech Futures: Azur unveils scheme to protect against water damage

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Tech MGA to provide water leak detection system to HNW clients, working exclusively with brokers.

Managing digital agent Azur has partnered with Grohe, a German manufacturer of smart water detection devices, on a scheme aiming to protect high net worth (HNW) clients against water leaks. 

Azur stated that the scheme will involve working exclusively with broker partners and their existing HNW clients. 

According to the business, it will provide clients with complimentary supply and installation of the Grohe water leak detection system to guard against water damage in the home.

It added that

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