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The former MD of Pavey Group and latterly chair of Torquay and Exeter at Gallagher UK Graham Brown has passed away.
In the first of our ‘Review’ series Mark McIlquham, president of Acrisure UK Retail, reflects on whether the 15-year cycle will see a large insurer buy a large broker, and how he’d recast the Barbie film with senior figures from its ‘network dream team’
Ecclesiastical has continued its expansion into the scheme space by partnering with Towergate Care to offer property capacity for larger care home providers.
Specialist product recall insurance managing general agent BluNiche has unveiled a Birmingham-based offshoot to target regional brokers and their SME clients.
Consumers are being urged to be extra cautious when searching for their insurer or broker online.
Broker Insights, the data analytics specialist, has signed James Hallam, part of the Seventeen Group.
Aviva has revealed that it uncovered more than 9,250 instances of fraud in 2022 – saving customers £120m.
James MacBeth, managing director of Auto Windscreens, offers us a window into his life outside of insurance.
A major insurer is providing body cameras to contractors in move it claims will enable broker clients to highlight best practice to underwriters.
The fund, which has been running since 2010 and shared £1.9m over the years, gives brokers the chance to support those around them working tirelessly to build a brighter future, whether that is helping people take control of their financial future or…
The 2022 men’s World Cup in Qatar [20 November to 18 December] resulted in an overall increase in injury severity for players in Europe’s top five leagues.
Brown & Brown Europe has appointed Carolyn Callan as a managing director of its Retail Division.
US-based parametric climate risk specialist Arbol has expanded internationally by launching a new, London-based managing general agent.
Cyber insurance specialist Coalition has appointed Gareth Machin as its first Manchester-based underwriter in the UK.
Markerstudy has admitted prioritising certain business lines over others in the present hard market, as it denied experiencing a “capacity squeeze”.
Hiscox expects to see its UK topline growth ramp up in 2024 once it has finished exiting non-core underwriting partnerships, and its new marketing campaign starts to reap benefits.