The broker is the second to add motor to its etrade platform since Aviva did last year

Home and Legacy has introduced its motor proposition to its e-trade platform.

By adding the bespoke proposition to Home and Legacy Online, it will allow quotes to be delivered to brokers more promptly.

It makes Home and Legacy the second broker to add motor to it’s e-trade platform, following Aviva last year.

The new addition sees enhancements such as a more “dynamic question set,” access to existing customer records and an improved layout.

Home and Legacy’s managing director, Barry O’Neill explained that making the system tablet optimised means brokers can have the “best experience possible,” to work more efficiently.

He continued: “A key benefit for brokers is that they will have all of the necessary details populated into the system, which is used by our specialist motor team to underwrite risks. This will result in quotes being delivered in a shorter timescale.

“Initial feedback of adding our motor proposition has been well received and we are looking forward to introducing further products to the platform later this year.”

The high net worth broker turned to insurers last year in September in a bid to battle rising water claims in the household after escaping water was highlighted as a “known issue”.

Aviva also added personal lines products to its etrade platform last year. 

Home and Legacy is Allianz owned, the brokers etrade platform originally launched back in 2016 with software provider, Acturis.