Stride Underwriting has evolved, introducing Mi Property!

As most of you will know by now Stride Underwriting has evolved, over the last few months we have been working hard to bring you even more unique products with the same great service you are used to.

Mi Property falls under the umbrella of Mi Specialty which is born out of the acquisition of Stride Underwriting and R&Q CRS Ltd . Bringing the two businesses under one banner of Mi Specialty creates one of the most comprehensive MGA’s in the UK with a huge amount of expertise, knowledge and A rated capacity.

What does this mean for you?

Mi Property provides Property Insurance and related products to over 450 UK brokers and agents. With over 45 years’ expertise in the property market, Mi Property brokers benefit from our experience and trusted status within the industry. Following the rebrand, brokers will soon  benefit from the popular ‘mi Binder’ service provided by the business which is also a Chartered Underwriter, BIBA Scheme provider, Lloyds Coverholder and member of the MGAA – all under one roof.

Claire Harris, Commercial Director of mi Property, describes what this merger means for you;

“We’re so excited about this new adventure. We’re now able to offer such a unique and complete service to brokers.. Being two market leaders together in one business gives us a strong foundation to be able to offer brokers more specialist services, more expert advice and more tailored products.”

At Mi Property we are dedicated to providing our agents with a first class service ensuring that we offer you and your clients the best advice, cover, competitive terms and better commission level than many of our competitors. We provide our brokers with bespoke cover for a wide range of property owners risk such as commercial occupants,  blocks of flats, let properties, unoccupied and holiday lets. If you want to know more and find out more about the Mi Property evolution or discuss how we can help you then get in touch on 023 9224 8790 or visit www.mi-property.co.uk today.

Leave a comment