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In this latest issue

March’s cover feature examines Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII), an issue that has continued to cause headaches for advisers from all industries. Norman Chambers seeks to address Members’ PII concerns and highlights why – despite the wider market conditions – PII remains a crucial element of broker professionalism.

The latest issue also features insight from headline sponsor Lloyds Bank, as well as the first year of LendInvest’s CEO, Cambridge & Counties Bank on the rise of electric vehicles, Haydock explore structured finance, Unity Trust Bank assess opportunities in the healthcare sector, Ultimate Finance on last week’s Budget, Arbuthnot Specialist Finance share the views of auctioneers, the British Business Bank reflect on COVID loan schemes one year on, Bridging Finance Solutions evaluate development opportunities, Aldermore gauge the value of a strong network, White Oak review the lending dynamic, JPM Capital Finance share how platforms aren’t a silver bullet, United Trust Bank on looking beyond the first loan, Collier Pickard on organised data, KSEYE on keeping the market moving, Posture People on working from home comfortably, and FIBR on Open Banking. Finally, we spend five all too brief minutes with Louise Preen from Merchant Money.

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