MGAs, Broker Facilities and Distribution
Broker Facilities, alongside the growth in MGAs, consortia, and special purpose syndicates, are revolutionising the Lloyd’s and London market landscape and signalling a shift away from traditional underwriting and distribution methods.
MGAs in focus
The MGA sector in the UK has largely carved a space for itself by providing specialist underwriting services but there is still ambiguity over what an MGA actually is
Market to better understand what is written through facilities, urges Lloyd's performance management director
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