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Select & Protect unveils commercial proposition

Select & Protect has launched a commercial insurance proposition called Bonus Underwriter.

A range of commercial insurance products, underwritten by Norwich Union, have been launched by the company to enhance their introducer status offering.

In addition to buildings, contents and MPPI policies, brokers and intermediaries can now offer their clients a range of commercial insurance cover for shops and salons, offices and surgeries, residential property, legal, mini fleets, pubs, bars, restaurants and hotels.

Additionally, in a full and compliant manner, a representative of Norwich Union, based within the Select & Protect head office will handle every aspect of the customer sale, provide cover, manage customer queries and handle the claims process, freeing intermediaries from worrying about compliance regulations and having to deal with mid term adjustments and renewals.

Bruce Reid, managing director of Select & Protect, says: “Bonus Underwriter is an introducer agency for those intermediaries wishing to facilitate commercial insurance for their clients.”

“Feedback from our broker and intermediary partners was one of the key drivers that inspired us to look at this market. Intermediaries are always looking to offer their clients further value added services and Bonus Underwriter gives them the perfect opportunity to offer high quality commercial cover.”


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