Berkeley Alexander adds Prestige to both its home and landlord panel

General insurance provider, Berkeley Alexander (BA), has today announced it has added Prestige Underwriting Services to its panel of home and landlords’ insurers. BA’s intermediary partners can now access the Prestige flagship policy called Coverall, alongside its other policies.

Based in the UK and Northern Ireland, Prestige Underwriting Services provides a broad spectrum of personal and commercial lines insurance products exclusively to a network of over 800 brokers, that allows them to compete with direct underwriters and other large insurers.

Mark Hutchings, Managing Director Berkeley Alexander, said: “The underwriting approach taken by Prestige complements the existing providers on our panel, enabling us to provide customers with market leading choice, all from quality insurers. We look forward to a long and successful working relationship with Prestige.”

Tim Baxter, Head of Broker Development at Prestige Underwriting Services, added: “Berkeley Alexander enjoys a long tradition of providing the intermediary market with a panel of well-respected general insurance providers offering quality products. Its focus on non-standard insurance in particular makes them the perfect home for Prestige and we’re delighted to add our Flagship product Coverall to their panel.”

Prestige has become the ninth insurer to join BA’s home insurance panel. With now more than 20 products available, from insurers including Zurich, Axa, RSA, Legal & General, Ageas, Aviva, Midas and Towergate, BA offers the widest product choice available on the intermediary market.

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About Berkeley Alexander Ltd:

Berkeley Alexander Ltd is a general insurance provider, offering IFAs and mortgage brokers a wide range of personal and commercial lines of insurance.  Drawing on a large number of insurers, it is known for its broad range of competitively priced products, and for its innovative approach to distributor partnerships.

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