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January 19, 2008

APC Launches Property Owners Policy Through QuoteMac Platform

by Stewart Douglas

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APC, the commercial underwriting firm, has today announced that it plans to kick-off the new year with the launch of its proprietary property owners policy through its affiliated remote trading partner platform QuoteMac, in a move designed to launch its updated product range for the next twelve months.

The commercial property owners scheme includes a cross-section of insurance cover for owners of commercial properties, whilst providing optional add-on modules including terrorism damage and legal expenses cover as discretionary further cover for its customers, available through the online QuoteMac platform to brokers throughout the UK.

The insurance product has thus far been well received by the market, with particular favour found in its widespread property range cover, including unoccupied properties and religious buildings as well as loss of rent cover as a standard module to the insurance policy.

The policy will be available through insurance brokers throughout the country, and is designed for both single property and wider portfolio customers, as the first in the new line of APC insurance products to be launched this year.

Underwriting director Ian Russell said today that he was optimistic at the future of the product and indeed the wider range of cover to be launched by APC.

“We launched our Residential Let product in December and so the introduction of our commercial product means that we can now help brokers with all of their let property business which is a significant market for them.”

“We are delighted with the result and are confident that our brokers will find it a very easy sell thanks to its competitive rates and comprehensive cover.”

 

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