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Assurant Intermediary partners with Enterprise Group

Assurant Intermediary has teamed up with Enterprise Group – the provider of EDGE.

Brokers will now be able to easily access Assurant Intermediary’s range of general insurance products including mortgage and payment protection cover, income protection, buildings and contents insurance, and landlords’ let property through EDGE.

Harry Landy, managing director of EDGE, says: “We are always looking to enhance our proposition, and Assurant Intermediary’s product range is right at the forefront of the market and so a perfect fit.

“Our businesses share a focus on making brokers’ lives easier. Integrating EDGE with Assurant’s own technology platform allows brokers to obtain competitive general insurance quotes at the same time as sourcing the right mortgage for their clients, and without the need to rekey any information. It is a seamless online service allowing brokers to fulfil their clients’ requirements quickly and efficiently – a win-win for all concerned.”

Kevin Paterson, sales and marketing director at Assurant Intermediary, says: “Enterprise is a forward thinking company and the EDGE system is hugely popular, so we believe the combination of our general insurance expertise combined with our experience of working exclusively with intermediaries with a focus on technology makes us their ideal partner.” 

Assurant Intermediary is part of Assurant Solutions based in the UK.  Assurant Intermediary is a specialist in the mortgage broker and intermediary market, delivering a range of general insurance products.

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