Marsh has announced that rural and financial services firm Landmark is set to become an authorised representative of its Marsh Advantage Insurance (MAI) network.
The agreement will see approximately 80 of Landmark’s brokers offer MAI services in more than 250 rural and regional locations in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania and South Australia.
Landmark’s insurance arm currently serves over 65,000 clients through its national network and the agreement will see the firm continue its long-standing relationship with CGU.
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Travis Kemp, executive director, Marsh Advantage Insurance, said that the agreement will give Landmark clients and brokers access to the global power of Marsh.
“We want to ensure that businesses have access to the very best risk and insurance advice to help them navigate the uncertainties of today’s environment wherever they are located,” Kemp said.
Having operated in Australia for 150 years, Landmark will look to use the deal to strengthen its offering across rural Australia, Tommy Warner, managing director of the firm said.
“The agreement with MAI will further strengthen and enhance the offering we have built up over many years across rural and regional Australia, and present one of the most comprehensive risk and insurance offerings in the local market.”
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