Insurance Age chats to brokers about the future for Cardiff.
Brokers in the Welsh capital talk to news editor Ida Axling about the local insurance market.
Despite most insurers moving their offices from Cardiff and worries over Brexit, brokers in the Welsh capital and wider South Wales area remain upbeat about the future
Insurance Age returns to the city to quiz the insurance experts.
Brokers in the city tell reporter Emmanuel Kenning which lines of business are strongest locally.
Cutting the mustard: Known for its association with a fiery condiment, Delia and it’s historical insurance connections, Norwich is growing and, as the city’s brokers tell Insurance Age, the future is bright
Our York brokers share their views on the best thing about the insurance landscape in the city and describe the biggest broking chellenges.
Brokers tell all about the competitive market in the city and how the floods affected the insurance market.
Future industry in a historic city: York is building a vibrant new economy and, as brokers in the region tell Insurance Age, the outlook is bright
Insurance Age travels to Leeds to chat to local brokers.
Ida Axling meets with brokers in Leeds to discuss the local market.
With a vibrant independent broker market and strong presence from nationals and insurers, Leeds is going from strength to strength
Insurance Age met with brokers in and around Romford to find out why there are so many specialist firms in the area.
Specialist market: The Romford area is home to many specialist brokers and traditional local players, but is its proximity to London a help or a hindrance?
Insurance Age delves further into the insurance market in the region.
We meet brokers and insurers in the area to learn more about the local market.
Insurance Age discovers if the Southampton and Portsmouth market is shipshape and asks if the area faces any stormy seas
In our second video from Stoke, Insurance Age senior reporter Judith Ugwumadu continues to investigate what the local insurance market is like.
Judith Ugwumadu meets with local brokers in Stoke-on-Trent to discuss the market.
Stoke-on-Trent is on the up, according to brokers in the city that is synonymous with ceramics and recently renowned for backing Brexit
The second half of Insurance Age's meetings with brokers in the North East.
Insurance Age met with broker experts in the North East.
Talk of the Toon: The economy in the North East has been on the up, but how will the broking community and their clients fare after the Brexit vote?
In our second video from Liverpool, Insurance Age reporter Ida Axling continues to investigate what the local insurance market is like.