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Connected home InsurTech start-up also signs underwriting capacity deal with Munich Re.
The motor insurer is being sold by majority owner BC Partners, according to reports.
Tim Holliday analyses what the effect of the recent change in the Ogden rate to minus 0.75% will be for insurers and reinsurers, as well as what it could mean for brokers.
The claims management team now report into François Xavier-Boisseau as former claims director Rob Smale takes on transformation director role.
Insurer says it overcame Ogden headwind and expects growth to continue with Sterling deal reflected in increased GWP.
A recap of the stories that grabbed your attention this week featuring LV and its secret discussions with insurers, Lloyd's on redundancies and Markerstudy's hints on buying.
Insurer claims first on using AI in motor claims handling.
Markel plans to open an office in Munich as it seeks to meet the needs of its clients in the remaining 27 EU countries.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift picks through the potential of an Allianz - LV tie up to look at how both businesses might mutually benefit.
Lord Turner takes up non-executive role at the insurer.
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Ageas’ Rob Hopkins explains why the Enterprise Act can be a positive for the insurance sector.
Network members rate insurer partners on dealing with claims, underwriting, accounts and overall satisfaction.
Martyn Holman says company is raising funds rather than looking for a sale as it considers future acquisitions.
Duperreault replaces Peter D. Hancock.
Insurer seeks to provide a greater level of uniformity in how it engages with customers and brokers with new underwriting division.
LV says that discussions are at a very early stage but no decisions have been made as to the nature of any transaction.
Story suggests Allianz has made an approach to the mutual business.
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.
Insurer's operating profit falls to £37.5m, while COR comes in at 96.7%.
Experts from the sector reveal their wishlists for what the next UK government should do.
Business confirms new strategy focusing on defendant work as it reports increase in annual turnover.