13 March 2017Insurance

Horizon adds new products to its offering

Specialist underwriting agency Horizon as launched three new products for its residential property clients, complementing its existing mid and high net worth products Longitude and Latitude.

The launch marks the next phase of expansion for Horizon, the company said. The new products include Let, for rented high net worth residential property; Unoccupied, for properties unoccupied for a variety of reasons and Fortitude, for non-standard mid and high net worth risks.

"Due to the changing needs of residential property clients, Horizon has developed additional products offering bespoke, market-leading protection," said Richard Pexton, founder and executive chairman of Horizon.

"This timely launch signifies an important milestone in Horizon’s development, bringing further customer-centric products to market, backed by Lloyd's capacity with A+ rated financial security and a first class claims service. I am delighted to announce Horizon’s expanded proposition, which continues to offer brokers unparalleled underwriter access and high quality products."

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