Tory leadership hopeful was a keynote speaker at the 2019 Biba Conference in May.
County says more deals are to come as it nears £100m of GWP.
Blackford founder and MD Tom Aldridge reveals the details of the deal and discusses the newly launched broker's acquisition strategy.
The FSCS is still in the process of identifying how many UK policyholders are affected by the failure of Lamp as Now4Cover seeks replacement provider.
Policy includes traditional employer’s liability cover as well as a wellness, health and injury rehabilitation service.
He first joined the Scottish broker as MD in January 2018.
The software house has teamed up with BNP Paribas to expand its personal and SME finance proposition.
Experts say deal is "good fit", despite the possibility of it limiting choice in the market.
Deal sees premiums placed by PIB grow to £900m as Cobra's Steve Burrows steps down from CEO role but remains with the company as a consultant to "provide continuity".
HMRC calls for evidence from the insurance sector, admitting the current IPT model can lead to “unfair tax outcomes in the insurance industry”.
The offering aims to keep brokers and their clients up-to-date with the changing risk landscape.
The Society of Insurance Broking has developed the guide which outlines regulatory rules.
Taylor Rhodes will be the software house’s new chief executive.
Purchase will mean JLT's 250-person global aerospace team will be transferred to Gallagher.
Firm completes acquisition to work on its expertise in specialty markets.
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The business bought Hobbs Broking, a Leicestershire-based firm, specialises in the life sciences and technology sectors.
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The market is currently in the process of a cultural overhaul but still finding itself under attack.
Company says its data platform can help brokers save money by identifying customers who have a history of cancelling policies.
Siân Barton urges the sector to sign up to the three Insurance Cares pledges to help vulnerable customers with dementia.
Organisation to refund 9,000 commercial taxi drivers who were insured by Alpha via its broker MGA Capital Underwriting Agency.
Jennifer Townsend of Knight Frank argues that it's time for the insurance industry to put its people first.