New product covers people letting out rooms or properties on any home-sharing platform such as Airbnb.
Company planning to launch with motor insurance in 2018.
Broker says purchase will enhance its professional indemnity insurance offering.
Ida Axling discusses the impact of driverless vehicles on the motor insurance industry and why brokers should act now.
Start-up uses blockchain technology and aims to offer lower premiums for customers able to gain ‘social proof’ guarantees from friends and family.
CEO Edward Bruce confirms broker is looking to make acquisitions.
New role part of revamped schemes unit as provider also hires former ERS chief operating officer Tim Yorke as director of transformation.
Travel broker appoints Chris Rolland as CEO and reveals plans to hire 30 new staff.
Sister title Post reveals that the case relates to money lost because of allegedly poor financial advice.
But regulation around autonomous vehicles needs to change, says LMA's David Powell.
Scottish broker's founder George Stubbs moves into chairman role.
He replaces David Lidington and takes over the responsibility for how the discount rate is set.
The enhanced product, available to all Acturis brokers, now includes non-damage business interruption extensions as standard for denial of access and loss of attraction exposures.
Firm says it will will "robustly defend any action" after Mackenzie was fired for gross misconduct.
Start-up closes $2.7m investment round.
Start-up's business model means the consumer makes payments at the end of the month, based on the cost of claims settled during that period.
CEO Dave Clapp says results were driven by organic growth and acquisitions adding that broker will continue to make deals in 2018.
Network hires Carl Jones as head of personal lines.
Purchase more than doubles firm's health insurance broking activities.
New offering aimed at technology businesses in the UK and Ireland.
Start-up MGA provides home insurance for young renters.
Axa's technical director discusses the biggest events to shake the market in 2017, including the discount rate change and the threat of InsurTech.
Covéa's Simon Cooter, Carol Geldard, Keith Hector and Sue Coffey share their thoughts on what will happen in the sector next year.
Roy Standish, sales & distribution director at Zurich expects more consolidation and disruption in 2018.