So far during the UK-wide lockdown, PRIMIS has appointed 134 advisers and 28 AR firms.
Zurich received an overall rating of 7.3/10, with The Exeter and Scottish Widows receiving 6.4/10 and 6.3/10, respectively.
Research from Guardian found that 83% of advisers who ‘didn’t always talk about protection’ are now discussing it more frequently.
Having started out 11 years ago with just four members of staff Reassured now employs over 700 people.
The commission gained from tapping into home insurance sales could generate a significant source of income as mortgage adviser businesses look to get back to growth following the impact of COVID-19.
The three highest scoring insurers reports will be published initially later this week, with a further three reports being published at weekly intervals.
The move follows the introduction of new safety protocols which will include social distancing, the use of PPE, single-use equipment and conducting examinations in private gardens where possible.
Research uncovered that 14% of homeowners are now considering cancelling their contents insurance.
A vote was put to Police Mutual’s member representatives – Force Authorised Officers (FAOs) – asking them to approve the transaction. The FAOs represent Police Mutual members in all police forces across the country.
Simon Stanney at SunLife has warned that homeowners must make sure they are covered for new purchases under their contents policy.