MGA chiefs plan to capitalise on ‘period of commonsense underwriting’ to expand their firms’ distribution, using ‘the resources of the Gallagher group to support us’
Following its acquisition by Gallagher-owned MGA Pen Underwriting in October 2021, Manchester Underwriting Management (Mum) plans to take advantage of the insurance market’s current “period of commonsense underwriting” to leverage “additional distribution opportunities” and grow its business “with the resources of the Gallagher group to support us”, according to Charles Manchester, chief executive of Mum.
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