SSP’s brokers to cover more commercial risks through Ark partnership

May 21, 2018 Press Office

SSP has partnered with underwriting agency Ark Insurance Group (Ark) to expand the tradesman offering available to its brokers. The enhanced panel enables brokers to benefit from wider acceptance criteria, so they can write a greater spectrum of building and allied trade risks.

The Ark tradesman product covers 95% of trades, including those classified as high risk, such as roofing and hazardous locations. It also offers a very strong referral capability, with quotes for individuals with adverse financial histories provided on a referral basis.

A large number of builders have been affected by bankruptcy or CCJs, making it difficult for them to obtain cover. This product provides a route for SSP’s brokers to access that market, and so write business that they might otherwise have had to turn away.

SSP is also partnering with Ark on a number of other products, including commercial vehicle, home and landlords. All of these will be available for e-trade, further enhancing SSP’s strong reputation for e-trading business across numerous lines.

Ron Atkinson, Distribution Director at SSP said:
“Given the current market conditions, I am delighted to be expanding our tradesman panel to enable our brokers to write a wider spectrum of commercial risks.

“With a large number of risks quoted for on referral, brokers can offer their customers cover tailored to their individual needs, even if they have an adverse credit history or are self-employed.”

Rachel Gow, Managing Director at Ark Insurance Group said:
“I am pleased to have partnered with SSP for the distribution of a number of our products. Working with SSP enables us to trade with a large number of high quality brokers that we wouldn’t otherwise have access to, all through a single partner.”

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