James Haycock considers how tech start-ups could disrupt broking and asks if insurance is ready for the challenge.
But how much do senior moves actually impact the market?
James York, founder of Worry + Peace considers why it’s important to cultivate talent outside your business walls with a focus on finTech.
Aviva's Andrew Brem explains why the sector needs to stay ahead of the game if it is to avoid being 'disrupted' by digital entrants to the market.
This weekend the seventh installment in the Fast and the Furious franchise grossed over £260m worldwide. Jonathan Swift explains why brokers should take note.
Edward Finch, MD of MRIB Group, explains why brokers must think about offering mobile technology to customers.
Ian Ferguson, customer solutions director at Aviva, explains why a digital focus is essential.
Clifford McDowell, founder of Doorda, explains why brokers and insurers need to join the open data revolution.
Insurance expert, Duncan Minty explains how brokers can use analysis tools to gain greater insight and considers some of the regulatory impacts for brokers.
Statistics from Acturis show that 2014 must have been a tough year.
Jonathan Swift examines opportunities for brokers in the driverless car market.
Digital innovator and Worry+Peace founder James York explains why he's a partner in the FinTech Futures campaign.
Jonathan Swift explains why Insurance Age is launching a campaign to promote FinTech in the broker market.
It's the story that just keeps giving.
Shaun Crawford, global insurance sector leader at EY, addresses how brokers and insurers can keep customers happy.
There has finally been an exciting development regarding FSCS levies. Brokers won't be charged this year!
Neil Gurnhill, head of European cyber and tech at specialist broker Safeonline, warns that clients often assume cyber is covered under general liability.
The household insurance sector looks set to continue as an intense battleground for the biggest insurers as 2015 gets into its stride.
Jonathan Evans, managing director of Martinez & Partners looks at opportunities for brokers in 2015.
Christmas comes but once a year. Just as well, judging by this year’s sparse, depressing, and generally lacklustre crop of festive-themed PR fluff.
We’ve been awaiting the findings out the Davis Report ever since that fateful Telegraph article which saw millions of pounds wiped of the value of shares for the major insurers.
Rapidly changing technology and unknown risks make life complicated for both insurers and brokers.
With Christmas just around the corner, up pops Towergate with a festive whodunnit - or perhaps more accurately: who's going to buy it?
The customer is king, but how can brokers keep them engaged?