Commissioning editor, Insurance Age
Laurence has been commissioning editor at Insurance Age since May 2019. He has a background in financial and academic publishing, and previously developed content for the Chartered Insurance Institute.
Outside of work, Laurence enjoys making the most of his new home borough Hammersmith. He also likes record collecting, the theatre, and live music.
The CMA had recommended price caps, as regulators propose solutions to the 'loyalty penalty', but the ratings agency suggests it could destabilise the market.
Although brokers are not worried by the provider going into run-off, they have concerns over tightening capacity.
Following Tara Waite's appointment as CEO, Owen Thomas and Jon Howells join the company from RSA and Close Brothers respectively.
The government referenced a 2017 study into digital comparison tools by the CMA.
FCA pricing investigation and Civil Liability Act are expected to depress profitability in future years.
Phil Bunker, Michael Blaney, Julian Edwards, and Paul Cosh helped to raise an additional £1m of investment.
Research from HSB Engineering Insurance shows majority of brokers are in the dark when it comes to developments in technology in the construction sector.
Blackford founder and MD Tom Aldridge reveals the details of the deal and discusses the newly launched broker's acquisition strategy.
Broker opens a new office in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, to accommodate its expansion, led by former Central-man, Tom Aldridge.
The Official Receiver has appointed Grant Thornton's Gibraltar office to manage the liquidation.
The company will make private hire vehicle insurance available through the Inshur app.
Kuchinski has worked in insurance for over 30 years.
According to a final report filed by its administrators, Hogarth will now be subject to a creditors’ voluntary liquidation.
Lockton’s Birmingham team has hired Jane Baron as head of office as Richard Barraclough, formerly of Gallagher, joins as head of corporate in Manchester.