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PMS adds Halifax GI to general insurance panel

PMS has extended its general insurance panel with the addition of Halifax GI.

PMS members can now earn commission on buildings and contents written through Halifax GI on both new sales and renewals.

Halifax is currently offering half price contents insurance when a client buys Halifax buildings insurance.

Martin Reynolds, development director at PMS, says: “We are delighted to be enhancing our GI proposition with the addition of Halifax. Their clear and simple process provides an excellent opportunity for all brokers to increase both their income and penetration rates.’

Jonathan Buckle, national account manager at Halifax, says: “This is another fantastic opportunity for us to work in partnership with PMS. By having access to Halifax home insurance, PMS members can now offer their clients excellent cover and service, but also secure an additional income stream in recognition of the work they’re doing.”


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