The firm says the move will make the reformed network a ‘market-leading proposition for brokers’

Insurance and risk management firm Marsh Commercial, part of global professional services business Marsh, has today confirmed that it will combine its three broker networks – Marsh ProBroker, Bluefin Network and Purple Partnership – into a single proposition.

The revised network will be renamed Marsh Networks.

Marsh Commercial believes that combining the networks will enable broker members to have deeper and wider access to expertise, services and facilities, as well as enable greater flexibility and choice.

The network will be led by David Hopwood, head of networks at Marsh.

Single proposition

Anthony Gruppo, chief executive at Marsh Commercial, said: “All three of our existing networks have built great reputations for enabling their members to win and retain more business, strengthen profitability and expand their operations.

“As we align Marsh Commercial more closely with Marsh, it made sense to bring these three networks together to become the UK’s leading broker network, supporting independent brokers across the UK.”

Hopwood added: “Bringing our network offerings together will make Marsh Networks the UK’s market-leading proposition for brokers, which will include additional support services such as helping members to acquire other businesses and sell their own.

“In a transitioning market, our members will benefit from the wider range of products and services they can offer their clients.”

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