Collegiate is offering professional indemnity cover for smaller IFA firms which deals directly with the firm.Collegiate Direct will launch in September and is targeted at – but not limited to – adv-iser firms with a turnover of less than 200,000 which are not serviced by insurance brokers because of their size. Head of underwriting Richard Turnbull says smaller firms represent a lower overall risk profile so the application process will be simplified. He says applicants complete a short proposal via email or through the firm’s website.
A lot of advisers probably think that the Government has been talking out of its Asp in recent weeks.
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The FSA has contracted Capgemini, Tata Consultancy Services and Xansa to upgrade its IT systems and says the move will enable it to cope with bigger demand more effectively.
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