The Right DA Club adds Ceta to GI panel

The Right DA Club has added Ceta to its general insurance (GI) panel.

As a result, Right DA members can now access Ceta’s range of standard and non-standard household insurance solutions.

Ceta provides GI products covering non-standard risks including residential, holiday buildings, unoccupied properties, listed properties and others.

DA Club advisers and firms will be able to partner with Ceta in order to access four types of non-standard property insurance, by location or condition, property type, use or owner.

Ceta also provides advisers with account managers who provide personalised support as well as online and offline technical support.

Furthermore, DA Club members will be able to access Ceta’s training and support in order to enhance their expertise and improve their professional growth.

Head of the Right DA Club, Chelsea Kiefert, said: "Many of our DA Club advisers and firms will be familiar with Ceta, its GI proposition and the commitment it has to the advisory space. We’re therefore very pleased to be able to add Ceta to our GI panel, and to open up a whole range of products to our DA firms, who are increasingly active in this area, and recognise the benefits to both them and their clients in providing advice on GI."

B2B operations manager at Ceta, Harry Peters, added: "We’re delighted to be joining The Right DA Club’s GI panel as we bring with us a wealth of experience and expertise to further elevate broker access to top-tier solutions.

"As a trusted partner for advisers over the last three decades, we are used to delivering the very best standard and non-standard housing insurance solutions to their clients, offering competitive pricing, value and reliability, plus a range of personalised support to help advisers get the most out of this sector. We’re looking forward to working with The Right DA Club and its member firms to help them deliver excellence in the GI market."



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