Open GI group CEO Simon Badley talks to Insurance Age about how brokers can use new technologies to drive opportunity.
The deal also signals leadership change for the specialist intermediary.
The keynote speaker on day three of Broker Exchange stresses a ‘can-do’ attitude and willingness to react quickly as they key drivers of success
Co-founder Ross Ballantyne says there is strong demand for a new broker in the market as "excessive market consolidation" leads to clients becoming disenfranchised.
Research from Consumer Intelligence shows premium reductions are accelerating as the year draws to a close.
Terrorism is an ever-present threat and there are fears the Covid-19 lockdown may have been a breeding ground for radicalisation. Rachel Gordon investigates the crucial role brokers play in convincing clients of the need for insurance against attacks
Why investing in employee tech training is essential: Insurers and brokers should re-skill employees to stay relevant, says Zurich’s John Keppel
Expert compliance panel at Broker Exchange deliver some hard truths to delegates about the burden of current and future regulation
But Ecclesiastical's 2020 Broker Wellbeing Survey shows that 46% of brokers are still suffering from work-related stress.
Stay up-to-date with the latest role changes and management moves.
The business has acquired Inman & Associates and is hoping to double the number of customers the business currently has.
Kingfisher detailed misuse of the Motor Insurance Bureau’s MyLicence platform and suggested it may not have bought the broker as it seeks to claim millions in damages.
The pandemic has changed the way business is conducted across the globe, and with a hardening market and uncertainty caused by Brexit, Insurance Age looks at the outlook for brokers
Mint is a retail and wholesale broker wit ha team of 18 staff.
Economic expert Paul Johnson tells delegates about the UK's current economic situation and discusses what we can expect from the next few years.
Mark Richardson examines Intact's track record when it comes to integrating acquisitions and its approach to working with brokers.
The body will take £51m from its retail pool and more cash from other classes to plug a £92m gap in life and investment space and brokers may have to cough up £29m.
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The broker has teamed up with Spring Partners as the platform buys Neon Sapphire Underwriting.
GoCo has been bought four years after its Esure de-merger.
Our essential week-long event has been created for brokers to dip in-and-out of and features a TV-style show, top speakers, panel discussions and opportunities for networking.
An offer from Towerbrook and Warburg Pincus has been recommended to shareholders.
The business struck a number of deals, with more in the pipeline, which have taken the broker to half a billion of gross written premium.
Close Brothers Premium Finance MD, Paul Trail, looks how best the finance sector can support brokers as the market gets tougher.