Bridgehaven targeting 10 more MGA partnerships for 2024

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Bridgehaven hopes to launch partnerships with 10 more managing general agents this year, CEO Paul Jewell has told Insurance Post.

It follows the launch earlier this month of partnerships with Avid Insurance and Alchemy, which were the hybrid fronting insurer’s first since it launched in the summer of 2023.

Shortly after launch

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