Why Use a Broker?

Brokers are professionals and it is our job to accurately assess our customers’ risks and what cover is required.

We Save You Time – We speak to insurers on your behalf, meaning you don’t have to spend time searching for the best policy, whether that’s for a new policy, at renewal, or if you need to make a claim.

We Save You Money – Insurers often give different (lower) rates to brokers than to their direct customers. It’s because business arranged through a broker is a lower risk for insurers.

Unlike comparison websites, brokers offer specialist expertise, have access to all major insurers, and will give you guidance on which products best suit your needs.

Our account handlers deal with specific policies, so you know you can always speak to the same person. Your handler is available on direct dial, which means no time wasted waiting to speak to somebody.

  • We have access to specialist markets to suit bespoke requirements
  • We are regulated by the FCA, so you know you’re in safe hands


What Makes a Good Broker?

When it comes down to it, what are the key elements you look for when placing your insurance? Some clients may say price is their driving factor which, of course, is perhaps more important now than ever, but ask yourself what do you consider to be value?

Is it the confidence in your broker? Their diligence? Their understanding of your business? Their expertise in the field? Or perhaps it’s their availability? Do you know if you can get hold of them when you need them most?

Regrettably, as some may know, if your insurance isn’t correct then your policy may not respond in the event of a claim. Can you afford to take that risk?

Often, it’s only when you make a claim that you see the true value of your broker. Our advice would be:

‍”Don’t find out when it’s too late that a decision solely based on price may not have been the right one.”