Further study into four areas follows previous research last year.
Trade body pleased with further investigation including into “most favoured nation” clauses.
Proposition available in the UK and Ireland as the insurer expands its digital offering.
The provider will now offer leasing arrangements to brokers and their clients.
Product is available to all brokers and is designed to protect against financial impact of losing key staff.
SME product enables brokers to tailor business cover for a range of sectors.
A new scheme has been created for the NI police force.
Broker unveils new brand of Aviate Protect.
The move comes as the business has retrieved the brand from Arthur J Gallagher.
Broker said move comes after demand for the cover from businesses.
Policies aimed at mid and high net worth clients.
On successful completion of the pilot, QBE will roll out the facility to 500 brokers in three weeks.
Provider says benefits include increased third party property damages and cover for trailers.
The wholesale broker has enhanced its Home Max household product.
The product now includes organisations with incomes of up to £1m.
The aggregator posted £73.5m in profit after tax in 2016, an increase of 16%.
Updated policies include kidnap and ransom cover and data protection officers.
The motor broker will provide Alps breakdown cover to customers with single and multiple classic car policies.
Motorised objects might be the flavour of the month, but providers have once again brought a variety of products to market to entice all
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Five-year partnership includes home and motor policies.
The MGA has expanded its range to include liability and environmental impairment liability.
Policies target the media and creative industries.
The broker has ended its relationship previous provider with Albany Assistance.