According to Kelly Butler, UK cyber leader at Marsh, cyber remains a top priority, and there is a disconnect between the insurance world and the cyber security world.
Mike Thomas, director of distribution for digital and mid-market at Allianz Commercial, has set his sights on reaching 250 brokers in its Accelerator Programme next year.
An ex-RSA employee has been jailed for stealing customer details and selling them to claims management companies.
Huw Evans has been appointed head of insurance at KPMG in the UK, replacing Trevor Jones from April 2024 who is retiring from the firm.
Research by Aviva has found one in five businesses have been victims of a cyber-attack in the past year, with only 17% of small businesses having a cyber policy in place.
Steve Hardy, CEO at Policy Expert, is confident that new majority backer ADIA understands the business and is well placed to support it going forward.
The Clear Group has bought the entire general insurance book of regional intermediary P W White & Partners.
Beat Capital Partners has launched RedRiff Agency, an accident and health underwriter with Peter Wilkins as CEO.
Having surged forward in the past two years, Ignite plans to continue growing by strengthening partnerships with insurers, expanding with brokers, via its Ignition programme and through the integration of its artificial intelligence-powered chatbot.
Blackford Insurance founder and managing director, Tom Aldridge, is looking to double the business in the next five years.
“People are the only true differentiator that any of us have in the marketplace,” according to CEO of Axa Commercial, Jon Walker.
Cliverton is aiming to double the size of the business in the next five years, having achieved the same feat in the past five years, according to Lynne Fisher, associate director at the Norfolk-based broker.