General insurance provider, Berkeley Alexander, has added the insurance MGA (Managing General Agent) C-Quence to its insurer panel.
C-Quence is a digital insurer for mid-market commercial insurance. By partnering with C-Quence, Berkeley Alexander has extended its range of property and casualty covers for clients up to £100m turnover with a maximum property damage and business interruption sum insured limit of £15m per location.
Mark Hutchings, managing director of Berkeley Alexander, said: “I’m delighted to welcome C-Quence to the panel.
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“We continue to boast one of the biggest and broadest insurer panels in the market, making us a one stop shop for advisers and mortgage intermediaries looking for standard and non-standard insurance in any class of GI. C-Quence offers our clients more choice, with a modern, fast and fresh approach to underwriting commercial insurance.”
Jacqueline McNamee, founder and CEO of C-Quence, added: “We are delighted to join the Berkeley Alexander fold. They are a general insurance provider with a solid reputation in the market for quality, choice, and service.
“Our ambition is to transform mid-market commercial insurance provision by radically improving broker and customer service while driving down transaction costs and employing leading edge underwriting.
“We look forward to growing our partnership with Berkeley Alexander and working together to deliver their clients with modern commercial insurance solutions.”