Aviva’s Dave Carey discusses pandemic-related challenges for SMEs and what brokers and insurers can do to help.
Move follows Gallagher's purchase of Bollington earlier this year and will see Patterson lead the broker's offices in Liverpool, Manchester, Sale and Chester.
Managing General Agents Association CEO Mike Keating talks to Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift about the hot topics impacting his members and their broker partners.
The “soft target” tax is under threat amid economic uncertainty but the sector is still arguing for a cut or a freeze.
All 280 staff are under consultation as the business looks to reorganise following a series of losses and a "tough" pandemic.
The software house said the addition extends mobile working capabilities for its customers.
The latest personnel changes in the insurance space.
The provider is offering a job swap or placement to participants in the programme.
The Channel Partnership was founded in 1992 and is SRG's third deal this year.
The dispute centres around accusations of misconduct, data breaches and misuse of the MyLicence platform at Fresh, which was bought by Kingfisher in 2018.
Manifesto includes a number of commitments from the broker trade body, covering areas including underinsurance as a result of the pandemic, IPT, cyber insurance and signposting to help customers access insurance.
CEO Alistair Hardie explains how the business is planning to grow in 2021.
The proposition is designed for policyholders who transport hazardous goods.
The deal adds £13m in GWP to Jensten Group which is targeting £500m in GWP.
Business says the move will strengthen its range and depth of cover within landlord insurance.
The policy extension includes cover for criminal risks including abductions and blackmail, political risks such as terrorist attacks and war as well as catastrophic risks.
The ongoing recession and subsequent increase in insolvencies could prove to be a good time to get into commercial after the event insurance
CEO Warren Downey tells Sian Barton why SRG has something different to offer than the other players in the M&A space.
One certainty of the pandemic is that it will lead to a rise in litigation. History tells us that, in times of recession, people and organisations turn to the courts to resolve disputes or recover losses, and there’s no reason to think it will be any…
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IFED warns of ghost brokers exploiting the pandemic, with fraudsters targeting victims on social media.
Our expert panel discuss how the lockdown pushed them to accelerate the use of technology and explore how it may open new doors post-pandemic
Covid-19 has resulted in a rapidly evolving risk landscape for fine art organisations. Beazley's Simon Aitchison argues clients need to work closely with their insurance brokers and insurers to identify these new risks the face, and ensure that they have…
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