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Trigold and CETA to trial protection system

Trigold has struck a new agreement with CETA, the UK&#39s largest general insurance network, writes Harriet Williams.

Over 5,000 mortgage brokers who use Trigold&#39s award-winning system will take part in a trial that will provide them with access to CETA&#39s household insurance policies.

Brokers will be able to source building and contents quotes from CETA via Trigold&#39s system. The process will be quick and easy, using information input during the mortgage sourcing process to generate insurance quotations. CETA will handle all administration and compliance issues for business written.

CETA&#39s range of household policies – 16 in total – is provided by a panel of 10 insurers. Each month, it benchmarks its products against policies offered by other companies to ensure its buildings and contents policies remain competitive on price and cover provided.

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