Senior reporter, Insurance Age
Judith Ugwumadu joined Insurance Age as a Senior Reporter and will be delivering breaking news and market intelligence to insurance brokers.
She is a personable financial journalist who has benefited from relevant experience across national and trade titles including, Public Finance International, FT Financial Adviser and The Sunday Express.
She has an MA in International Journalism from City University.
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Fairchild credited with giving the network back the strength with insurers that it “lost during the Towergate years”.
Stride will distribute the policy to brokers by delegated authority.
The business will trade as a managing general agent and has been backed by Munich Re Digital Partners.
Driving growth: Clegg Gifford’s chief executive officer Toby Clegg tells Insurance Age why the branch model and ARs are key to winning and retaining business
Book was sold to build on existing foundations and to deliver a higher level of expertise.
This is the broker’s seventh purchase since it became Broker Network’s first “regional powerhouse” in October 2016.
First global talent search drew in almost 220 applications from 36 different countries.
Brokers warned to prepare for prices to increase by 10%-15% as the provider’s departure causes “ripple effect”.
Deal follows on from the insurer's previous strategic investment in the start-up MGA.
She will stay on until the first half of 2019.
Biba chairman Lord Hunt of Wirral urges the government to avoid further delay in signing the bill into law.
The building society sold to its commercial insurance arm to the broker in 2016.
Axa and RSA take joint second place.
Michael Rea reveals that a number of buys have been lined up for 2019.
Telematics provider Ticker, which is backed by former England footballer, Gary Lineker, and ex-Dragons's Den star Theo Paphitis will use the Radar product.