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Welcome to CCI Broking Limited

CCI Broking specialise in the placement and management of leading-edge insurance arrangements for corporate and commercial organisations, both in the UK and Overseas. CCI offer a wide range of insurance services and business insurance solutions specifically tailored to the needs of our clients.

CCI are committed to providing comprehensive and versatile commercial insurance solutions and have discovered over the years that the only way to truly deliver this is through bespoke solutions and not just a "one size fits all" approach.

As you're already discovering CCI care about your business and want to ensure that your business is protected as effectively as possible, while remaining cost efficient and causing minimal disruption to you.

Have a look around our site for more information or alternatively contact a member of our team directly if you'd like to find out more about our approach to insurance.

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9:10 am (10 hours ago)
Whistles has opened a store in Dubai and will open another in Doha early next year, in partnership with Middle Eastern retail company Al Tayer Group.
9:27 am (10 hours ago)
Sir Philip Green came under pressure to sell BHS from US firm Leonard Green, which bought a 25% stake in Topshop in 2012, according to new written evidence submitted to MPs.
12:28 pm (7 hours ago)
The British Fashion Council has named the eight designers who will receive Newgen support to showcase their collections at London Fashion Week on September 16-20.
4:32 pm (3 hours ago)
“The City is furious with your behaviour, giving the image that business is not about creating wealth or jobs but nicking money off people,” said Frank Field, chair of the work and pensions select committee, to Arcadia Group finance director Paul Budge at the latest BHS evidence session today.
5:21 pm (an hour ago)
Link Big, a tool that turns Instagram into a social checkout, is among the technology firms selected to join John Lewis’s start-up accelerator programme, JLab.
6:30 pm (33 minutes ago)
N Brown, the Manchester-based multichannel retailer that owns brands including JD Williams, Simply Be and Jacamo, has launched an innovation programme called JDWorks with partner L Marks.
6:31 pm (32 minutes ago)
Adidas has officially partnered with musician Kanye West with the launch of Adidas + Kanye West, a Yeezy branded range covering street and sport-focused footwear, clothing and accessories for men and women.
6:27 pm (36 minutes ago)
H&M is to relocate to a larger store in Queensgate Shopping Centre in Peterborough on July 28.
Yesterday, 6:29 pm
AlixPartners has been appointed nominees for a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) for Grabal Alok, which trades as Store Twenty One.
Yesterday, 9:22 am
Arcadia is to receive a £35m payout from BHS following the downfall of the department store chain.
Yesterday, 9:24 am
Richard Caring, a former BHS shareholder and the owner of restaurants and clubs including The Ivy, said businesses he owned were left with debts totalling more than £850,000 when BHS went into administration, in new evidence submitted to MPs.
Yesterday, 10:54 am
The fall of once-mighty retailers such as BHS and Austin Reed – attributed in part to the onerous leases that hung around their necks – has brought about many questions on how many stores fashion retailers really need on the high street.
Yesterday, 11:50 am
Lipsy is aiming to take on Asos through its online young fashion branded offer, Lipsy & Co, which stocks more than 150 brands including Boohoo, Glamorous and Fashion Union.
Yesterday, 11:57 am
Italian fashion house MaxMara is launching two new contemporary womenswear brands for spring 17, Aiim and Tresophie.
Yesterday, 12:45 pm
Brazilian flip flop brand Havaianas has opened its largest branch in the UK with a 969 sq ft store at Westfield London.
Yesterday, 2:03 pm
Arcadia is “considering various options” to replace the £100m annual revenue generated through Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Burton concessions within BHS stores, Drapers understands.
Yesterday, 2:05 pm
H&M will expand its Opera Lane store in Cork later this year, as the clothing chain looks to offer a wider collection to its customers. 
Yesterday, 3:00 pm
Commercial landlords of BHS stores are disappointed at being overruled on a vote to form a creditors’ committee as part of the retailer’s administration process.
Yesterday, 3:44 pm
A number of Hammerson-owned shopping centres, including Birmingham’s Bullring, have started covering changing room mirrors in their stores in a trial aiming to increase customer’s self-confidence when shopping.
Yesterday, 5:14 pm
Selfridges has unveiled windows marking the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, as the department store reveals plans to launch an in-store theatre.
Yesterday, 6:12 pm
Skechers has moved into bigger UK headquarters to support growing sales across Europe.
Yesterday, 6:30 pm
Drapers kicks off its spring 17 Berlin trade show coverage at Panorama, where exhibitors were pleased with the turnout from domestic buyers and Brexit was the hot topic of debate.
Yesterday, 6:40 am
The menswear industry has thrown its weight behind proposed changes to London Collections Men (LCM) to align the event with designers’ changing strategies.
Yesterday, 9:06 am
Sales at Pentland Group increased 10% to £2.4bn for the year to December 31, despite “difficult market conditions” in China and Russia for the firm’s branded business.
Yesterday, 9:21 am
Zalando will be teaming up with 25 brands for its consumer–facing revamp of Bread & Butter this September.

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