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86 High Street
Cowdenbeath
Fife
KY4 9NF

 
 

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  Background

Abbott Insurance have a panel of sub-brokers that can take advantage of the schemes and agency agreements they have in place with niche suppliers. This is particularly the case with the combined liability insurance products.

Two approaches are available - Sub-Brokers and Introducers. Abbott Insurance do not have any Appointed Representatives.

Further discussion and explanation regarding the regulatory status and duties will be required before Sub-Broker or Introducer arrangements can be agreed.


 
 

Sub Brokers

Sub-Broker arrangements are where you remain as the client facing broker and retain 'ownership' of the client. Commission is negotiable but you will retain the right to add your own fee.

Sub-Brokers must be authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority and must have a signed agreement with Abbott Insurance before cover can be placed.

Forms

  • Sub-Broker Terms of Business Agreement is now produced automatically from our Agency Management System. Please call for your personal copy.

Introducers

Introducer Agreements are where the Introducer gives the lead to Abbott Insurance. Abbott Insurance take the client facing role and 'own' the client. Introducers fees are available.

Introducers are not permitted to give advice or assist in the administration of insurance contracts.

Insurance Introductions would be incidental to your main business activity.

Forms

  • Introducer Terms of Business Agreement is now produced automatically from our Agency Management System. Please call for your personal copy.

 
 

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