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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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Yesterday 9:18 am (21 hours ago)
Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green has called the select committee report into the downfall of BHS the “predetermined and inaccurate output of a biased and unfair process”, and demanded an apology from work and pensions committee chairman Frank Field in relations to allegations he made on BBC Radio 4 yesterday.
Yesterday 9:21 am (21 hours ago)
Consumer confidence has remained stable for the second quarter of 2016, compared with the previous quarter, but job security is growing concern, particularly among younger consumers.
Yesterday 9:22 am (21 hours ago)
Selfridges unveiled the new Designer Studio at its Oxford Street store to the public yesterday, as the latest stage in its ongoing £300m regeneration project.
Yesterday 10:18 am (20 hours ago)
AllSaints chief executive William Kim and Hawes & Curtis chairman Touker Suleyman will speak at the 2016 edition of the Drapers Fashion Forum, taking place on October 4 at 30 Euston Square in London.
Yesterday 2:59 pm (15 hours ago)
Like-for-like sales at the London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park increased by 24% in the four weeks following Brexit.
Yesterday 3:17 pm (15 hours ago)
Fenwick of Bond Street has appointed Paul Baptiste, former buying manager at Selfridges, as accessories buying manager.
Yesterday 3:56 pm (14 hours ago)
Mulberry and Lulu Guinness have signed leases with Capital & Counties Properties (Capco) on stores in Covent Garden’s Royal Opera House Arcade.
Yesterday 3:57 pm (14 hours ago)
Russell & Bromley and Aspinal of London are due to open at the new Victoria Gate development in Leeds, which will open in September.
Yesterday 4:19 pm (14 hours ago)
Fashion sales at John Lewis plummeted 7% during the week to July 23, as hot temperatures deterred shoppers from the high street.
Yesterday 4:23 pm (14 hours ago)
With the summer Sales in full swing on the high street and many retailers already selling new season product, Drapers took to Oxford Street to ask consumers if it’s too early to buy autumn clothing.
Yesterday 4:32 pm (14 hours ago)
Blue Inc has closed nine underperforming stores in locations including Bury and Banbury and reopened six stores it closed earlier this year, including in Ellesmere Port, Warrington, Holloway Road and Hull.
Yesterday 5:21 pm (13 hours ago)
BHS has closed its website and a new site will launch under new ownership from autumn.
Yesterday 5:22 pm (13 hours ago)
Aquascutum has appointed former managing director of Alfred Dunhill as its new managing director, while former Kenzo and Alexander McQueen designer Te Dinh Sy joins as head of menswear.
Yesterday 9:13 am (21 hours ago)
Amazon has established a partnership with the UK government to explore drone delivery.
Monday, 1:01 am
Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green is ultimately to blame for the collapse of BHS, a “sorry and tragic saga” that will cost 11,000 people their jobs, MPs have said in a damning report on the downfall of the high street chain.
Monday, 6:32 pm
The scathing report issued by MPs on the collapse of BHS and the loss of up to 11,000 jobs raises questions about the future of corporate governance in the UK.
Monday, 7:06 pm
The MPs’ report into the downfall of BHS offers little solace for its remaining employees, who will have to endure another few weeks of watching bargain hunters pick over heavily marked down product before the final stores close. 
Monday, 7:51 pm
“We have been focused on becoming more relevant to our customer,” said Hobbs chief executive Meg Lustman today.
Monday, 8:53 am
The number of applications to build new retail stores fell by 9% year on year to 6,700 in 2015/16.
Monday, 8:56 am
All remaining BHS shops are set to close down in the next four weeks, the chain’s administrators have confirmed today.
Monday, 9:24 am
Turnover at Hobbs fell 5.7% to £109.9m in the year to January 30, but its EBITDA rose 18% to £7.7m and margins improved as it sold more product at full price.
Monday, 11:50 am
Independent retailers in Scotland are relying on an uplift in tourist spend to help them ride out the end of a challenging summer season.
Monday, 12:16 pm
US firm G-III Apparel has agreed to buy Donna Karan International from LVMH in a deal valued at $650m (£494m), which is expected to close at the end of this year or in early 2017.
Monday, 12:20 pm
The Fashion and Textile Children’s Trust (FTCT) has launched a fast-track grant to help those retail workers made redundant following the collapses of BHS and Austin Reed buy school uniforms for their children.
Monday, 3:42 pm
Family-run footwear firm Charles Clinkard has appointed former Jones Bootmaker area manager Richard Dawson as its new branch operations manager for the south.

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