Insurer aims to transform its relationship with brokers.
But experts are not worried about the future of the personal lines broker.
Losses have reduced compared to the preceding year.
CEO states business is past its lowest point and starting to see organic growth.
Income dips slightly to £324.6m.
Broker says it is to review its branch network to meet changing customer demands.
Lloyd's broker commits to CII's code of ethics.
Trade body says product is aimed at individuals or companies undertaking a renovation project.
Iain Harper, chief executive of InMyBag tells us why underwriters should be worried about InsurTech while brokers should see opportunities.
Regulator states PPI is still most complained about product.
Insurer aims to eliminate question asking process by using big data.
Biba chief executive Steve White says trade body continues to ask for barrier free access to the EU market.
Insurer says Markel Care offers opportunities for brokers to grow and develop their business.
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Regulator reported to be looking into "suspected conduct" but declines to comment.
Deal is Stackhouse Poland's second this year.
Commercial director Suzy Middleton says being niche gives broker market advantage.
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The government said in its 2016 Spring Budget that the money raised by the IPT rise would go towards those affected by flooding.
Regulator's total annual funding requirement up 1.5% to £526.9m.
New broker levy set at £18m as a result of an expected increase in PPI claims.
Fraudster made £253,000 from selling fraudulent car insurance policies to over 50 people in Bradford.
New policies include Cycle and Fishing.
The GI business MD hopes government will finish discount rate consultation quickly after insurer strengthens its reserves by £139m.