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CETA adds top names to panel

Robyn Hall

September 13, 2012

Managing director David Quick said: “Non-standard household represents a great business opportunity for our members, with policies tending to have higher than average premiums and therefore larger commissions. They also have excellent retention.”

CETA’s “quote and buy” portal allows its members fast access to policies for non-standard risks such as thatch, flood, previous claims, convictions, bankruptcy, professional sportspeople, entertainers and other high risks.

Quick added: “With average premiums in excess of £900 per policy and a lifetime commission of over £600, selling non-standard household insurance is potentially a very lucrative avenue for brokers.”


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