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Brokers hit back over business interruption following criticism of the entire insurance industry as some call for government assistance in getting the message across.
Company said the number of policies it manages, as well as income per policy, had risen over 2019.
Brokers broadly welcome deal between broking giants and look forward to opportunities created
Insurance Age finds out how Bryan Banbury, managing director of Russell Scanlan, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Stay safe and stay at home: The industry is still open for business as we all adjust to the coronavirus crisis
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Marcus Campbell and Graham Briggs of DAC Beachcroft discuss what brokers need to know to best protect their clients as the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to adapt. Here, for the very first time, we have the digital-only edition of Insurance Age.
Lessons to learn: Even before the current crisis, the industry was in need of a shakeup, says Bruce Hepburn
Guide aims to help CII members access support schemes offered by the government.
The former insurance broker chats to Insurance Age about his first few months in Parliament, what he learned from working in the insurance sector and how he is dealing with the coronavirus crisis.
Research reveals fast food companies and gyms are communicating more with clients about the coronavirus pandemic than insurance providers.
Insurance Age editor, Sian Barton, and content director, Jonathan Swift, discuss the top stories this week and talk about their own experience of the coronavirus lockdown.
CEO John Neal urges the industry to "put a lot more effort" into explaining products to clients.
More than 70% of staff now work from home, and headcount is “typically less than 5%” at offices.
Losses for the group shrank as operating profit grew to £3.4m as broker reports 3.3% organic growth.
Market says it is in a "strong position" to respond to the impacts of the coronavirus.
Brokers say they are sharing experiences with each other to "protect the broking profession" as they explore new ways of working from home and reveal their favourite platforms to stay connected.
However, its MGA Pukka is now live with fresh capacity following Gefion exit.
Announcement follows cancellation of the 2020 conference earlier this week.
Following the cancellation of Biba 2020 – a key meeting point for intermediaries - Sian Barton calls on brokers to use the sector’s famous relationships to push through this crisis.
Building a broker: M&DH Insurance Services’ managing director Richard Hames tells Insurance Age why the construction and manufacturing specialist is focused on growth and how the broker is overcoming the current challenging market.