Biba calls for stability in rate of regulatory change, proportionate supervision and a global competition objective for the FCA
Former employee James Cunnington was found guilty of defrauding the company in November last year.
Nevada, an investment vehicle originally backed by KIRS Group, has purchased a further 19.9% of the business.
Covéa Insurance today laid down the gauntlet to brokers to take part in an initiative to raise at least £75,000 for the Alzheimer’s Society as part of the Insurance United Against Dementia campaign.
Move follows merger in June 2017.
The chairman tells Insurance Age how the business has developed since its inception ten years ago and outlines its plans for growth.
First deal since refinancing in 2015.
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Levy set to jump from £18m to £23m in 2018/19 despite shortening of the accounting period.
A Manifesto packed full of the trivial and trifling to create a better broking sector.
Company planning to launch with motor insurance in 2018.
Equity release offering available to Marsh ProBroker, Purple Partnership and Bluefin Network members.
Broker says purchase will enhance its professional indemnity insurance offering.
Ida Axling discusses the impact of driverless vehicles on the motor insurance industry and why brokers should act now.
Which whitepapers grabbed broker attention between November and January?
The organisation said the East Anglian broker is its “fourth regional powerhouse”.
CEO Edward Bruce confirms broker is looking to make acquisitions.
Ian Gosden becomes chair of the GRP-owned broker as Neil Thornton steps up to the interim managing director role.
The deal gives Global Risk Partners its first hub in the North West and is the consolidator's biggest acquisition so far.
The broker has opened a branch at Tisbury in Wiltshire, its third in the region.
Global Risk Partners has bought the Crewe-based broker to be its north west regional hub.
Travel broker appoints Chris Rolland as CEO and reveals plans to hire 30 new staff.
The change in location follows the sale of Aldermanbury which took place last year.