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.
Firm would target up to £100m of premium via new approach.
Group commercial director Martyn Holman gives further details on new MGA.
Move follows its purchase of Chaucer's UK motor book and the new MGA will be led by group commercial director Martyn Holman.
Ensurance is set to open in London and will deal wholesale to UK brokers.
New partnership comes into force at the beginning of May.
New policies include Cycle and Fishing.
While there remain some challenges in the market, MGAs are seeing growth on every measure
Management team strike deal with support of private equity firm Vitruvian Partners.
The move comes as the business has retrieved the brand from Arthur J Gallagher.
Policies aimed at mid and high net worth clients.
The MGA is set to move into the Australian market and is seeking further growth in courier.
Policy targeted at UK residents planning a wedding either in the UK or overseas.
Insurer and MGA still working together on other business lines.
MGA expands underwriting capacity as it widens appetite for business and revises rating structure.
Founder says new MGA launched because insurance hasn't evolved to meet customer needs.
Rowan will become managing director of the newly formed legal expenses managing general agent.
Insurer says it is looking to expand its own fleet business “substantially”.
The FSCS, MGAM, Zurich and SME business all made the most read list for this week.
Jason Anthony’s firm is to look after underwriting for newly launched Corin Underwriting.
CEO Mark Cliff says MGA will specialise in van and tradesman insurance.
MGA partners with insurer HDI following the arrival of its new offshore marine and energy team.
BP Marsh bought a 25% stake in the MGA for a total consideration of £75,000.
Specialist van MGA has also picked up some business from the collapse of Enterprise.