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Brokers have to get to grips with a range of new risks when dealing with tech firms, writes Sam Barrett
Deal is Aston Lark's third this year.
The broker has bought the UK’s largest beach hut insurance provider in its first deal since an MBO at the business.
John Thompson has held the role, which includes responsibility for Alesco, on an interim basis since last year, replacing Simon Matson.
More than 40 years since starting Ashley Page Insurance Brokers, managing director Ashley Rogoff tells Insurance Age about how the firm expanded to the US and developed new specialisms, and discusses his work on regulation with Biba
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The growth in new technologies such as the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and automation is creating an ever-changing landscape that brokers have to navigate. Sam Barrett learns more
The provider announced yesterday that it will offer three year fixed price insurance to customers as it seeks to increase loyalty and arrest profit downturn.
The provider is offering the 700-strong car leasing business an insurance policy featuring insights into driver behaviour.
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Saga reports “disappointing” retail broking results as it claims first with three year fixed pricing for insurance via direct channels, moves away from the focus on price and changes renewal pricing.
The property team is led by Damian Cannings and has been set up following feedback from brokers.
Provider says it aims to build stronger relationships with brokers and grow its commercial lines business.
Following the news that Aon had pulled out of takeover talks with Willis Towers Watson, speculation is rising about what the broking giant could do instead
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Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable urged the organisation to review its relationship with Gallagher last week after racist comments from Simon Matson were brought up in the Gallagher v Ardonagh court case.
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FSCS says the broker is "making progress" in finding replacement cover after unrated Danish insurer Alpha collapsed last year.
Policies are aimed at UK companies with a turnover of up to £350m.
The MGA has also created a broking arm, Xenia Broking Group.
Deal was approved by the European Commission last week.