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Could you be our next Appointed Representative?

21st August 2018
Appointed Representatives required working with H&H Insurance Brokers

Do you want to be in charge of your own future? Do you want to be your own Boss?  If yes, read on as this could be the start of your new career…

Setting up on your own can be costly and time consuming. Add the ongoing responsibilities of being directly authorised with the FCA – administration, compliance, corporate governance, and it’s easy to see why the Appointed Representative (AR) model is a popular and successful route for start-ups to take. As an AR you can concentrate on what you do best; growing your client base and building your business.

We are currently looking to support experienced insurance brokers who are interested in setting up their own business. With our heritage and experience in farm and agriculture insurance, combined with our strong relationships with all the key insurers and MGA’s in this sector, we believe H&H Insurance Brokers could be the right partner for you. We will be there to offer you support and guidance, but at the end of the day you are the Boss.

What will you need:

  • Drive and Desire to Succeed – with the right industry experience and a proven track record with our support you can hit the ground running
  • Experience and Knowledge – having worked in the industry for a number of years you will have gained a deep understanding of insurance and the markets you want to operate in
  • A detailed business plan with a clear focus on growth

What we can offer you:

  • Access to Leading Insurers and MGA’s
  • Compliance and FCA requirements
  • Support you in setting up your business
  • Finance if required – possibility to help you fund the purchase of a book of clients

Interested? Then call today to find out how we could help you launch your new venture in just a few weeks.
Contact Paul Graham, Managing Director on 01228 406310 or email Paul in complete confidence.