It's good to have a port in a storm

We can help you come back stronger

What does this mean for independent insurance brokers?

Most brokers will need to be on their toes if they want to hold onto their existing customers and business, let alone find new wins.

But it’s not all doom and gloom. Some brokers will do well, especially if they specialise in sectors that continue to thrive. Even for the rest, there’s still business to be placed. It’s just a question of focusing on the right things in the right way and at the right time.

Of course, that can be difficult to do when you’re under pressure, your people aren’t all in the office, and you aren’t sure what to do for the best. And you have little idea of what the insurers are likely to do next. You can end up feeling quite exposed.

Help is at hand – and it’s FREE

There is a major source of support available. A way to better manage your business and your risks, and a way to access more products and markets, with some of the UK’s leading insurers.

And a way to get expert business advice when it comes to operations, compliance, risk management, business development, marketing, training, HR and much more.

All of this is available from Cobra Network, and it’s all FREE when you join – whether you’re a start-up or a large, well-established broker.

We’re here to champion the independent insurance broker, and to help you steer safe passage through the storm.

Why join Cobra Network?

We can help you with all of the above challenges. When you join us, your strategic account manager will be there to get to know your business, listen to your concerns, and help you find solutions.

A broad range of member benefits and services are at your disposal, which we can help you to target at defending and building your business – and developing your resilience. You’ll also benefit from the larger group influence and relationships with markets

Since our services are FREE, and members retain their ownership, identity and independence, joining Cobra Network may be something of a no-brainer.