This is a busy position, handling new and existing commercial business with premiums ranging up to £3K income plus.
The candidate would be expected to handle telephonic and e-mail enquiries from new and existing customers This would entail dealing with clients in keeping with FSA guidelines, obtaining risk information, preparing risk presentations for submission to Insurers and underwriters. The applicant should be focused on maintaining relationships with existing clients to ensure client retention. The candidate will be expected to handle instructions from existing clients as well as deal with renewals.
The role also involves data capture, underwriting, production of policy documentation and written correspondence with clients and insurers. The candidate must be able to work to a high FSA standard without daily supervision.
Salary is negotiable up to £25,000 for the right individual with a very attractive benefits package.
My client is a national company providing a comprehensive range of insurance and financial advice to a broad cross-section of commercial and private clients. With offices located throughout the UK, they aims to provide clients with high quality, personal service supported by the professionalism and expertise of a truly independent company.
The successful candidate will have a minimum 2 years commercial cross class broking experience and hold a full UK driving license. They will be confident and have good written and oral skills. You will have the ability to build good relationships with both clients and Insurers/underwriters. You will have a sound knowledge of the FSA requirements within a broking role.
Progress towards your ACII is expected although not essential.
My client is situated based in Newcastle.
How to apply:
To apply for this role, please forward your CV in confidence quoting reference 1801-41AC
Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, if you do not hear from us within 7 days unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful.
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