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The Source expands B2L insurance panel

The Source has added e-Underwriting’s Landlord’s Choice product to its rental property insurance panel to help expand its range of providers in both rental property insurance and household markets.

The new product is underwritten by e-Underwriting and provides buildings with cover of up to £650,000. Though all tenant types are accepted, the product is aimed primarily at professionals.

Source head of sales and marketing Rob Rushton says: “This is the first of a number of additional providers we are looking to bring onto our landlords property insurance panel this year. We want to give our brokers as much choice and range as we do on our household panel and the addition of e-Underwriting takes us a step closer.”


Tiuta to be liquidated after administration

The administrators of Tiuta plc last week began to place the bridging lender into liquidation. Creditors have passed the resolution to put Tiuta into liquidation and the lender will be liquidated once Companies House has been notified. The firm was placed into administration in September last year, although the administration order expires on 27 September […]

Maltby will head bank formed from RBS sale

John Maltby, the former chief executive of Kensington Mortgages, will head up the new bank formed from the sale of 314 Royal Bank of Scotland branches to a consortium of investors for £600m. The deal, which comes ahead of a flotation, will bring back the Williams & Glyn bank brand to UK high streets after remaining […]

Trusts: Easier than you think?

Protection providers often extol the benefits of placing plans in trust. The advantages for clients are widely recognised and numerous – inheritance tax mitigation, avoiding probate delay, controlling claim proceeds, and so the long, familiar list continues. Yet, dismissed as unnecessary form-filling, or simply viewed as irrelevant in the context of a mortgage sale, less […]


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