Simply Business CEO previously slammed “poor” products when explaining why the firm does not sell the cover.
The managing director of Anthony Jones Insurance Brokers tackles our quick-fire quiz.
Lucy Clarke to be president of new combined unit when takeover completes.
Powis, who sold Fresh to Vantage earlier this year, is working with insurance technology provider Iotatech.
Broker partners with the organisation which is supported by Sam Allardyce, Sol Campbell, Chubby Chandler, Lawrence Dallaglio, Adrian Morley, Chris Sheasby and Michael Vaughan.
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Michael Rea reveals that a number of buys have been lined up for 2019.
In our recent Broker Choice Survey we asked brokers to share their views on general market issues which impact them, including consolidation and commission, as well as regulation
The Insurance Age team chat about the most popular stories of this week including potential deals and fines as well as "poor" cyber products.
The 2018 supplement is now up, including expert analysis of the state of the broker market.
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First insurance position following exit from Complete Cover Group and Mulsanne.
The move could affect 20 staff as the broker creates new regional office in Ipswich for its Feering and Ipswich teams.
Proudly independent: Independence is important to Anthony Jones Insurance Brokers. Terry Marshell and Mark Stevenson explain how mastering new business lines has helped them stay free
New UK CEO David Summers on Simply Business’ strategy, being owned by Travelers and why the broker doesn’t sell cyber insurance.
End of the afair: How will the UK’s divorce from the EU pan out? James Sharp asks if Brexit will be as bad as feared
The Day sees insurance CEOs go back to the floor as the sector unites to raise £25,000 for dementia research.
The $5.6bn takeover was unveiled in September.
Regulator consulting on new rules requiring firms to write to consumers who have made unsuccessful PPI claims, telling them to complain again.
Telematics provider Ticker, which is backed by former England footballer, Gary Lineker, and ex-Dragons's Den star Theo Paphitis will use the Radar product.
Deal is the broker's third in 2018 and follows Risk Services and Portmore.
First Specialty has been set-up following NSM’s buy of UK motor MGA Xpekt.
The Information Commissioner also issued a notice of intent to fine Leave.EU as part of the same action and is investigating allegations that Eldon shared customer data “obtained for insurance purposes” with Leave.EU.
Positive moves: With GWP and staff numbers up on last year, the top 100 brokers reflect the buoyant market