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CETA allows insurance sales via broker’s own site

  • 01/08/2000
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The general insurance network, CETA, is enabling mortgage intermediaries to sell buildings and conte...

The general insurance network, CETA, is enabling mortgage intermediaries to sell buildings and contents insurance and mortgage protection via their own websites, through its new PReMIUM service.

PReMIUM is a free system that provides a secure link to brokers’ existing websites, allowing them to provide quotations, proposal forms and underwriting notes to clients while retaining their own branding.

Potential customers can obtain comparative quotes, complete proposal forms and transact online using credit cards. Commission is paid monthly directly to brokers.

As part of the service, the site allows intermediaries to set up their own marketing codes, allowing them to attract business by offering exclusive discounts on the insurance products. Any discounts will come from the broker’s commission, which is 15% for household insurance and 20% for mortgage protection. Brokers do not need individual agencies with the providing companies, which include Zurich, Norwich Union, Guardian and Lloyd’s underwriters.

CETA has a range of ‘off-the-peg’ websites which brokers without their own can use or, alternatively, the network can provide a quote for tailoring a site to meet the broker’s needs.

Contact: or 01608 647650


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