The move, the second debt raise this week, is to fund its acquisition of JLT.
Ida Axling and Siân Barton address the top news pieces over the past five days.
The arrangement extends the firms' existing partnership by five years.
Tokio Marine HCC’s Colin Brown explains how the world of work is changing and why PI providers must respond.
LMA CEO Sheila Cameron says both victims and witnesses must be encouraged to come forward, after Lloyd's is slammed for having a "culture of sexual harassment".
Applications are being accepted now with the ceremony set to take place on 13 September.
Bank says the platform will aid regulated professions including insurance.
The money has been recovered from failed financial services firms and the watchdog claimed that these sums helped reduce FCSC fees.
Service for fraud prevention has also developed a campaign to dissuade consumers from insurance fraud.
Festival urging the insurance industry to take action on diversity and inclusion returns for the fifth year.
The organisation has estimated that £1trn worth of financial services business across 23 companies has left the UK for the EU.
The insurance governance expert has called on brokers and insurers for a guarantee that eight particular policy flaws won’t be used as reasons for claims refusals after scaremongering row.
The CII-led society has published guides on the dark web and smart water and is also set to participate the Biba conference this May.
The tool, developed by Altus, enables firms to benchmark the work they are doing for vulnerable customers.
Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary David Gauke will announce the move later today, with a decision on the rate to follow on or before 5 August.
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Connected home provider is working with Aviva to create a home proposition for brokers, following the insurer taking majority stake in the InsurTech start-up.
The money will be used to fund its JLT acquisition, related fees and expenses, and to repay JLT debts.
Sutton Specialist Risks's John Ludley and Equipsme's Matthew Reed discuss why brokers need to up their game on benefits packages to attract young talent to the industry.
Newport-based broker says it aims to keep the Bayliss & Cooke brand, with all 14 staff remaining with the firm.
Broker Network Partners rebrands as Ethos to separate deals from its networks as CEO Des O’Connor reiterates that the networks will remain apart.
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Gallagher UK CEO Simon Matson yesterday gave evidence in the dispute between Gallagher and Ardonagh and others, in which Gallagher alleges its staff were unlawfully poached.