Flood Re

By joining the panel, insurers will be able to offer at-risk policyholders affordable premiums and lower excesses based on their individual circumstances through the intermediated market

  • Helping policyholders weather the storm with Flood Re

    Helping policyholders weather the storm with Flood Re

    Flooding is a major issue in the UK, with around one in six properties at risk of flooding from coastal, river and surface water. The storms in 2015 left 16,000 homes flooded…

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  • Ageas becomes latest SSP partner for Flood Re

    Ageas becomes latest SSP partner for Flood Re

    Ageas has become the latest insurer to partner with SSP to provide Flood Re policies through the broker channel. The post Ageas becomes latest SSP partner for Flood Re appeared first on SSP.

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  • SSP partners with insurtech start-up broker to increase Flood Re access

    SSP partners with insurtech start-up broker to increase Flood Re access

    Insurtech start-up broker Flood Assist Insurance, which specialises in flood insurance, has chosen SSP's core broking platform to underpin its lean, customer-centric, data-driven model. The post...

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  • SSP and AXA to launch live intermediated Flood Re policies

    SSP and AXA to launch live intermediated Flood Re policies

    Insurance technology specialist SSP has partnered with AXA to deliver Flood Re policies through the broker channel. The post SSP and AXA to launch live intermediated Flood Re policies appeared...

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  • SSP helps policyholders weather the storm with Flood Re policies

    SSP helps policyholders weather the storm with Flood Re policies

    Three of the UK’s tier one insurers have signed up for SSP’s Flood Re panel, launched this month. The move underlines the insurance technology specialist’s commitment to working with insurers and...

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  • Flood Re

    Flood Re

    The Flood Re scheme is a not-for-profit flood reinsurance fund, owned and managed by the insurance industry, and established to ensure that those domestic properties in the UK at the highest risk of f

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