A leading independent network of commercial insurance brokers, with over 100 independent members ranging from small start-up businesses to large established commercial brokerages.
The COBRA Group was formed in 2006 through the amalgamation of six companies, creating an insurance business that provides a wide range of services for its Network members, agents and clients. The Group's strength lies in its ability to negotiate improved terms with its insurer partners, which leads to greater retention rates with existing clients and reduced overall operating costs.
Specialists in delivering scheme products using SchemeServe, its unique ecommerce software, providing a fast, convenient and highly efficient service including instant policy documents.
An independent financial services company, focused on providing insurance-based, financial planning and assistance to companies, directors, employees and private individuals.
A long-established Lloyd's wholesale broker offering a wide range of insurance services, including Liability, Marine and Pleasurecraft, Motor Fleet, Professional Risks and Property.
Independent commercial insurance brokers providing cost effective solutions and schemes aimed at companies, sole traders and non-profit organisations, as well as individuals.
Provides a range of internal support services such as accounts, compliance, HR, training and legal across the COBRA Group, thereby centralising the costs and ensuring that we maximise available resources.
An 'exclusively different' underwriting agency, delivering a range of insurance products to Network members and selected agents, backed by substantial capacity from major UK insurers.
UK & Ireland was established in 1993 and purchased by COBRA in 2007. This independent insurance broker has a strong track record based on its superb approach to customer service.
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29 Jul 2015|
Previous newsletters have described radical reforms to the pensions’ landscape, including flexible access of benefits from age 55 and greater ability to pass pension funds to nominated beneficiaries upon death. In his recent budget the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced further pension changes that create additional planning opportunities.
21 May 2015|
Can your clients afford to be without Management Liability cover?
16 Feb 2015|
The new flexibility from April will enable clients over 55 to have the same access to their pension savings as they do to any other investments. This increased accessibility combined with tax relief on contributions and the ability to take tax free cash on a proportion of their fund, suggests that pensions may be a particularly attractive form of savings for many.