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Baronworth Investment Services launches GI subsidiary

Baronworth Investment Services has appointed Aon’s Grant Carter to head up its newly formed general insurance subsidiary.

Baronworth General Insurance Services will now operate in the UK GI market offering car insurance, building and contents insurance, factory building insurance and insurance aimed specifically at taxi drivers.

A Baronworth spokesman says: “Even in these difficult times, we are confident that the new set up will be a success, not only because of Grant’s experience and connections within the general insurance market, but also the personal service that he has always given his clients.”


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Cameron attacks FSA for product obsession

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