New project is now being rolled out to Marmalade's broker partners.
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With consolidation firmly on the agenda in the broking sector, Ida Axling talks to seven experts in the industry on the opportunities and perils
Halifax-based broker brings County's GWP up to £80m.
Holman to remain involved with Markerstudy's new MGA following exit from group commercial director role.
Holman to stay with the provider as a consultant.
New CEO John Bibby outlines the broker's plans for the future.
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Existing shareholders set to retire from the business as John Bibby takes on chief executive role and Swiftcover's Andrew Blowers becomes chair.
Broker aims to grow its regional footprint with third branch in Scotland.
Six firms lead the 2017 InsurTech Trade Mission to San Francisco to raise awareness of the UK InsurTech industry.
Broker says aim is to provide faster and simpler service for customers.
Broker targets £1m GWP for the new office which focuses on construction and scaffolding business.
Regulator to investigate relationships between providers and Compare the Market following review of digital comparison tools.
Deal is broker's eleventh in 17 months.
Firm's trading Ebitda and revenue remained relatively flat as former Uber boss takes the helm.
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CBI/PwC survey shows growth in business volumes stalls, but overall profitability is up.
CEO Gilles Normand says aim is to complete transformation within two years.
Trade body partners with M R Ratcliffe Consultants.
Launch delayed due to impact from the Ogden rate change.
Firm says one-off costs impacted the results, while its change programme is reaching its final stages.
Insurance Age has celebrated the best in broking at the UK Broker Awards and Ida Axling sees a bright future for the sector, despite constant rumours of its impending demise.
Ebitda also fell in 2016 to £3.9m from £7.0m but CEO Mark Cliff insists that the first half of 2017 has seen an uptick in numbers.