Jackson Lee Underwriting launches second tranche of new Leisure Division products


Jackson Lee Underwriting has today announced the launch of its second tranche of products in its Leisure Division suite. This launch includes four new leisure insurance solutions, Static Caravan, Cycle, Camera and Fishing. The new products are in addition to the October 2016 launch of products for travel and touring caravan.

All the new products will be available to brokers via Jackson Lee Underwriting’s bespoke secure online platform, ABEL.  Simple question sets will allow brokers to present quotes in a speedy and customer friendly manner and they all have A-rated insurer capacity behind them.

The launch will give brokers continuity with fast access to a suite of leisure and other complementary products all in one place.

Graeme Hamilton, Head of Leisure Insurance, Jackson Lee Underwriting, commented: “We are thrilled to add these new products to our growing Leisure division. Being able to offer and sell a broad suite of products for the Leisure market with good service, speed and A rated capacity behind us means we now offer choices for insurance brokers who may not have access to insurers in the leisure market. We look forward to showcasing static caravan, cycle, photography and fishing products to our brokers.”

He continued: “Brokers are having to search harder for competitive home and contents insurance and insuring niche items like cycles and fishing equipment under a basic policy is not always the best option. Claims for these items may negatively affect already under pressure loss ratios leading to higher home and contents insurance premiums.”

The products provided by Jackson Lee Underwriting are tailored for the different leisure interests of customers and represent a potential additional revenue stream for insurance brokers. Jackson Lee Underwriting sees Leisure as a growth area and looks forward to demonstrating its new lines. The company is already developing other products to compliment the existing Leisure suite and will launch those later this year.





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