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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 1:22 pm (13 hours ago)
Topshop was the social media winner of the autumn 17 edition of London Fashion Week, gaining more interactions across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter than any other brand during the five-day event.
Yesterday 11:58 am (14 hours ago)
Ted Baker is opening a new outlet centre at Gloucester Quays later this year.
Yesterday 11:24 am (15 hours ago)
Levi Strauss & Co has promoted its vice-president of ecommerce in Europe, Claudia Roggenkamp, to vice-president of Europe.
Yesterday 9:17 am (17 hours ago)
“Bangladesh is a victim of the mass market garment sourcing model, which is all about the next order and how can we get it cheaper,” said Peter McAllister, executive director of the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) following allegations of worker intimidation in the country’s ready-made garment industry.
Yesterday 8:16 am (18 hours ago)
Wesley Taylor has left his role as managing director of Arcadia Group’s menswear retailer Burton after more than 10 years with the business, Drapers understands. 
Yesterday 8:12 am (18 hours ago)
John Lewis has announced proposals to restructure parts of it’s in store business, reviewing more than 700 jobs as it changes the way it operates its cafes and store administration.
Yesterday 8:11 am (18 hours ago)
Sainsbury’s has appointed retail guru Mary Portas’s PR agency to turn its Tu clothing line into a ‘destination brand’.
Yesterday 8:09 am (18 hours ago)
Research analysts at Peel Hunt have revised their full-year profit forecast for N Brown down by 12% as it faces continuing pressures over costs and margins.
Yesterday 8:07 am (18 hours ago)
Dominic Chappell’s company Retail Acquisitions is set to sue Sir Philip Green and the Arcadia group for £14m, relating to the sale of the BHS headquarters, claiming the company lost out on proceeds from the building.
Thursday, 6:03 pm
Sales at men’s heritage brand Wolsey and its stablemate sportswear label Morley fell 32.7% to £3.7m for the year ended 29 February 2016 compared with the previous year. 
Thursday, 6:00 pm
H&M is collaborating with singer Zara Larsson on a capsule collection.
Thursday, 5:55 pm
TJX Europe, which includes discount retailer TK Maxx, reported a 2% increase in like-for-like sales for the year to 28 January.
Thursday, 5:52 pm
More than two-thirds of UK fashion retailers (68%) have yet to start planning for when the UK leaves the European Union, according to new research.
Thursday, 5:49 pm
Nine out of 10 former BHS stores at Intu shopping centres across the country have yet to find tenants although progress is being made, chief executive Matthew Roberts told Drapers today.
Thursday, 11:49 am
A fifth of UK shoppers (20%) think Brexit will impact their shopping habits over the next 12 months, new research has shown.
Thursday, 8:46 am
Communities secretary Sajid Javid has said he is working with the chancellor to provide further support to businesses facing the steepest increases in business rates in time for the Budget.
Thursday, 8:42 am
Shopping centre owner Intu has planned £200m of development in 2017 at its Lakeside, Trafford Centre and Broadmarsh sites.
Thursday, 8:36 am
Peter Dubens, co-founder and managing partner of London-based Oakley Capital Private Equity, has been revealed as one of the backers behind Alexa Chung’s new label.
Thursday, 8:27 am
The Pantone Color Institute has identified its top 10 colour trends from the latest New York and London fashion weeks.
Thursday, 8:19 am
Gerry Weber Group said it expects sales to fall by between 2% and 4% this year compared with 2016, as a result of the “continued difficult market environment” and store closures.

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