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Towergate tipped for Arista deal

Towergate is in talks to purchase Arista, Insurance Age understands.

Broker | 23 Apr 2014

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Clark Thomson signs three-year software deal with Open GI

Scottish broker said decision to partner software house was "straightforward".

Broker | 23 Apr 2014

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Arthur J Gallagher appoints ex-Barbon man as retail FD

New recruit left Barbon following sale to Gallagher.

Insurer | 23 Apr 2014

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Aviva finds 19% increase in fraud

Provider cites organised gangs as being behind fraudulent claims.

Insurer | 23 Apr 2014

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Covéa sees GWP and profit decline

Provider attributed GWP reduction to challenging personal lines market.

Insurer | 23 Apr 2014

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Equity rebrands as ERS

Provider operating under new name following several changes to the business.

Insurer | 22 Apr 2014

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Biba renews Lockton PI broker contract

Broker has been associated with trade body for over 25 years.

Broker | 22 Apr 2014

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Motor results best since 2006

E&Y warns premiums may yet have to rise.

Insurer | 22 Apr 2014

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UKGI bought by Thistle Initiatives

UK General's compliance operation will retain brand for foreseeable future.

Insurer | 17 Apr 2014

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Hillon upbeat on Co-op GI growth plans

Director admits sales plans led to shock and anger.

Insurer | 17 Apr 2014

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Co-op general insurance sees profit rise as GWP falls

Group losses total £2.5bn in 2013.

Insurer | 17 Apr 2014

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Arista appoints Fletcher to underwriter role

New recruit to focus on broker relationships for MGA.

Insurer | 17 Apr 2014

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Collinson launches two new brands

Firm creates new underwriting division.

Broker | 16 Apr 2014

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Axa restructures personal lines and Hogg departs

Provider claims new shape gives brokers access to enhanced underwriting and pricing expertise.

Insurer | 16 Apr 2014

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Ellis replaces Bennett as Broker Network Underwriting MD

New recruit joins from Rural Insurance.

Broker | 16 Apr 2014

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