A real spread of topics has captured the attention of brokers over the past week. Management reorganisations, opinion on Ogden, products, court cases and debt make up the list.
Bond offering to refinance existing debt.
Legal spat focused on confidential information from Agent Assure’s database and Dallas Kirkland business.
Insurer's research shows that two-thirds of SME customers only take out business interruption cover for 12 months or less.
Broker unveils three new recruits joining from Marsh.
Brokers frustrated at further service outage issues at the software house.
Firm would target up to £100m of premium via new approach.
He joined the firm in 2002.
Duperreault replaces Peter D. Hancock.
Trade body calls for break from linking to one investment asset and that a panel of experts be brought together to help set future rates.
Business confirms new strategy focusing on defendant work as it reports increase in annual turnover.
Insurer receives award for UK commercial lines business.
Consolidator reports organic growth for the third quarter in a row.
Branching out: Swinton’s redundancy plans highlight the changing habits of customers
Extended wordings for D&O and commercial crime products.
Takeovers have once again come to the fore in this week’s news with two stories in the top five.
Insurer flags new offerings including for cyber and Brexit labour movement risks.
Trade body strikes second deal with firm following on from GAP insurance relationship.
Insurer reports pre-tax loss of £171.1m for the year but flags improved figures for first quarter of 2017.
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Average increase for comprehensive motor cover was 12.9% over the past 12 months.
Standards body says value-added services are key to broking’s success
New partnership comes into force at the beginning of May.
Insurer says Markel Care offers opportunities for brokers to grow and develop their business.