Lee Brett looks at some of the ways brokers can help clients minimise the risk of these common accidents
Law360 says breach of contract law suit related to a deal between the two companies in 2014.
InsurTech Futures: Vivek Banga describes how insurance tech incumbents can help to drive the industry forward.
Here are the latest people moves in the market.
Cornwall-based broker brings PSP's GWP up to £20m as business confirms it is looking to make more deals.
Sports clubs and venues can face a wide range of risks, from minor accidents through to abuse claims. Sam Barrett investigates
Know your worth: Valuing a broker comes from transparency in the marketplace not secrecy, writes Robert Marshall
It is the sixth purchase for Greens since it became a Global Risk Partners hub in 2017.
The amount of data that brokers have access to is increasing rapidly. Our panel of experts discuss how the industry can use that information to improve the customer experience and create efficiencies
The countdown to Broker Expo is well underway. This year, the event takes place on 7 November at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry
Regulator publishes interim findings in its general insurance pricing practices market study and states that the home and motor insurance markets are not working well for customers.
From spas and bars to golf breaks and weddings, hotels and B&Bs are diversifying into more areas and the wide variety in the market could present an opportunity for brokers, reports Sam Barrett
Following her news analysis on sexism and harassment in the regional broker space Ida Axling reflects on her own experiences.
The deal saw business from 26 Jelf branches move across to A-Plan.
Buckinghamshire-based broker will join at the beginning of November.
Liz Foster of the CII’s Society of Insurance Broking explores how broker tech can be an enabler of change.
Experts say the restructure is understandable but could lead to office closures as Amlin pulls out of nine business lines.
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The specialist jewellery broker says results were impacted by an exceptional cost of £289,000 but also highlights "good growth".
The MGA, which specialises in SME hospitality, leisure and PI, has teamed up with QIC Europe.
Anders Lewis, previously of Gallagher, has been hired to launch the newly created company.
Reports of misconduct at Lloyd’s have prompted questions over the prevalence of sexism in the wider insurance industry