Business Insurance Market Expecting A Brexit Bounce in 2020

My Key Man Insurance expects the business insurance market to bounce back and launches new website to make it easier for clients to apply online.

January 17, 2020 / / —

As January 31st approaches, the business world is beginning to feel more optimistic about the future. Since the 2016 EU referendum, trying to predict the future has been incredibly difficult for businesses. Over the last 3 years, understanding the impact of Brexit on business has been both a top priority for businesses and a near impossibility. But now, with Boris Johnson’s majority government, it looks likely that the Brexit agreement will be negotiated and agreed quite quickly.

It’s really important to understand that even after January 31st, there will be a lot of change within both the political and economic landscapes. However, some sources are suggesting that the turbulence experienced by the markets over the last 3 and a half years will begin to ease. In December, The Purchasing Managers’ Index showed a no-change 50, indicating that the market has stabilised and could be set to grow in the near future.

Part of the reason for the new optimism is that the government, led by Johnson, now has a much clearer approach to Brexit and any further deals or negotiations. This has boosted the outlook for business professionals and put an end to the worry and speculation that came with so little concrete information. With this in mind, the business insurance market is also beginning to perk up.

My Key Man Insurance is already prepared for an upturn in the market and has launched a brand new website to make it even easier for their clients to apply for quotes online. The company is currently the only website where clients can quote and apply online for business protection instantly. The system is really easy to navigate and provides outstanding results as fast as possible. The company offers a best price guarantee, whole of market access and FCA authorised advice.

With a renewed optimism in the business world and the expectation of a business insurance bounce this year, My Key Man Insurance is looking forward to a prosperous year.

For more information about My Key Man Insurance, please contact Jody Pearmain on 02071128844 or by email to info@mykeymaninsurance.com. Please address any postal queries to 90-92 Baxter Ave, Southend-on-Sea SS2 6HZ and check out their website https://www.mykeymaninsurance.com/ for any further information.

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Name: Jody Pearmain
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Organization: My Key Man Insurance
Address: 90-92 Baxter Ave, Southend-on-Sea SS2 6HZ
Phone: 02071128844
Website: https://www.mykeymaninsurance.com/

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