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At Hine Chartered Insurance Brokers we help our clients with a wide range of insurance and financial services, whether it’s protecting the building, stock, and staff of a large factory, or covering a luxury vehicle belonging to one of our private clients.

We believe in consistently delivering quality, cost-effective insurance with an impeccable and professional service, something which is highlighted by our Chartered status.

Explore our website to find out more about the independent insurance services we offer, or get in touch to talk to one of our insurance advisors about your insurance needs today.


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I was pleased with the help and advice that Rachael gave me. She was very willing and helpful. I felt confident that the advice she gave was relevant to my business needs. I have made a great saving

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How business continuity is moving towards the cloud

It’s another normal day in the office until the fire alarm goes off. Downstairs, waiting for the fire brigade to arrive and watching the smoke curl out from the windows, you suddenly have a terrible thought – what does this mean for your business? Although, thankfully, everyone is out of the building safely, you’re starting to […]

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The internet of things and how it might affect insurance

In Mark Weiser’s essay, ‘The Computer for the 21st Century’, he comments: “The most profound technologies are those that disappear. They weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life until they are indistinguishable from it.” This vision is becoming a reality with the emergence of a new breed of hyper tuned-in devices that respond and […]

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Insurance Premium Tax increase - What it means for you

What Is Insurance Premium Tax? Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) is a tax you pay when you take out an insurance policy, similar to the way you pay VAT on shopping. Though there are some exceptions, most people and businesses who take out an insurance policy pay IPT on their premium, even if they don’t realise […]

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Fraudulent claims valued at £1.3bn in 2015

Lost luggage, ice cream van accidents and bus crashes all contributed to more than 130,000 fraudulent claims in 2015 – the equivalent of 2,500 per week. Motor claims were the most common of frauds, according to the figures released by the Association of British Insurers (ABI), totaling 70,000 instances amounting to a value of £800m. […]

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Predictive analytics - the future of security

Cyber security is an arms race. Just as military equipment from the 1970s would no longer cut it on the battlefield, the defences adopted by businesses as recently as a year ago no longer offer adequate protection. It’s a constant struggle to ensure that security professionals are one step ahead of the hackers. The threat […]

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Switch and save on your health insurance

We’re fortunate to have private health insurance as an option in this country, rather than an essential. Fast track appointments, accessible specialist treatments, and flexibility on appointments and visiting times are some of the reasons that people choose to take out private medical insurance. If you’ve been with the same provider for some time, you […]

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Risk aversion for your business, explained

Picture a weighing scale. On the one side is fear of financial loss, on the other hope of financial gain. Let’s say you have £50,000 which can be invested with equal likelihood of a return of £0 or £100,000 in one year’s time. The amount you stand to lose or gain is equal, so do […]

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Second increase in a year for Insurance Premium Tax

No sooner had we gotten used to the increased IPT rate of 9.5%, up from the 6% introduced in 2011, do we find that it’s going up again, albeit by less than the 3% predicted. Why does IPT exist? Insurance Premium Tax was introduced in 1994 at a rate of 2.5%. Insurance is exempt from […]

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Your go-to insurance person

Insurance is one of life’s little inevitabilities for a great many of us, like booking your car in for an MOT, visiting the dentist, or filling out a tax return. It’s one of those things that comes round and round, giving even the most spontaneous people an essential routine that can’t be avoided no matter […]

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