PSG Secures FSA Approval and integrates ConveySure® from CLS

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25 March 2013

PSG Financial Services Limited (PSG), the insurance arm of conveyancing search giant PSG has gained approval from the FSA to provide Insurance services.

This significant step in the development of PSG’s business has led to the announcement today that Title Insurance provider, Conveyancing Liability Solutions Limited (CLS), has integrated it’s market leading ConveySure® range of policies with PSG making them immediately available to all it’s on-line customers.

PSG Connect, PSG’s state of the art, web based, ordering system now provides direct access to more than 35 residential and commercial policies with the most competitive premiums and limits of indemnity up to £3 million as standard.

“We’ve had a long standing relationship with PSG and recognise them as a key strategic partner” says Matt LeBreton, Managing Director at CLS, “it makes perfect sense to bring our two companies together in this way and we are confident that two of the most well respected brands in conveyancing support services, will bring benefits not only to our respective companies, but to our clients as well.

Andrea Glover, Managing Director of PSG added, “keeping pace with the changes in the conveyancing sector and ensuring we are constantly evolving to meet the demands and needs of our clients is paramount at PSG.  Gaining FSA approval and integrating the ConveySure® range of products with our existing on line offering is a key stepping stone in the ongoing development of our business to provide seamless access to an ever increasing range of products and support services for our customers”.

To find out more about the ConveySure® range of insurance policies available from PSG Financial Services Ltd email or visit the products and services section of our website

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