PII insurers and brokers name Riliance

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17 July 2013


is pleased to announce that a number of key insurers and brokers have chosen to name Riliance on their proposal forms this year.

It is clear that these insurers and brokers have identified that Riliance is a tool that can help firms with their risk management and client care strategies, and that by effectively using the system can show they take risk and compliance seriously.

Mark Gidge, Chief Executive said,  “we are delighted that insurers are recognising the value of having a dedicated risk and compliance system in place and no doubt this forms part of their decision making process when assessing the risk profile of a firm “.

 



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