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Plumer-#1Joe Plumeri, head of Willis Group Holdings, launched a broadside at the independent agent community in last week’s National Underwriter, not only citing the potential conflicts for any intermediary accepting contingency fees, but also urging buyers to remember who “independent” agents actually work for.

In his July 19 “Final Say” column (available at http://bit.ly/9KaCVW), Mr. Plumeri, chair and CEO of Willis, wrote that “whether you’re a big global broker…or a local insurance agency…you can only serve one master.  It’s either the carrier or the client.  You can’t work for both.”

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