Liverpool-based company says the broker is its first deal in the insurance sector.
The network boss Andy Tedstone reveals his plans for the newly-acquired business which he insisted will retain independence from PIB.
Case against wholesale broker, which is in administration, related to the misuse of funds.
Insurance Cares: Watchdog says it will implement measures to ensure consumers are treated fairly.
Former boss Steve Burrows is set to remain as a consultant for the firm which recently became part of PIB.
The guidance modules will educate brokers on issues facing heritage properties.
Broker specialises in household, landlord and learner driver insurance and all staff will remain with the business.
David Black, MD financial services at Google UK, illustrates how small brokers can capture the attention of millions.
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Research shows brokers pay their non-executive directors 18% less than insurers do.
Collapsed Danish insurer's latent defect policyholders will now be covered by a new, solvent insurer.
Publication suggests that brokers who rely on their paperwork skills or only act as a go-between the client and underwriter will be challenged by AI solutions.
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Technical director Rob Smart warns of capacity issues in construction and urges brokers to get started early to avoid leaving companies without insurance.
CII urges insurers to act now as FCA says findings from GI market study into dual pricing will be published later this year.
Howden says current situation has put "incredible pressure" on the only compliant scheme available to customers.
Fraudsters are claiming to sell attendee data from the Biba conference, but trade body confirms it has not had a data breach.
Partner Oliver Bevan discusses the private equity firm’s plans for the insurance sector following its investments in Acquis and Kingsbridge
The much-debated discount rate was reset at -0.25% this week, but how did we get to this point and what is the background to this highly explosive issue? Insurance Age outlines the key touchstones
Elliot has invested in the insurance and travel provider.
Course completion will shorten the journey for the CII’s qualifications, such as ACII.
Company says it had believed the rate would end up between 0 and 1%, as Biba states move to -0.25% is "nowhere near enough".
The proposition includes a cyber incident response plan builder.
The move highlights the American company’s intention to develop its operations in the UK.