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In an exclusive interview with Insurance Age, group CEO Mike Joseph discusses the creation of the new broking group and its plans for the future.
Move creates a new broking group which includes Right Choice Insurance Brokers as well as recently purchased brands such as Bennetts and Moorhouse Group.
Brokers with ties to the community they work in are in a unique position to thrive after the rise of shopping local during the pandemic, says Richard Easterbrook
Staff training, alongside improved employee benefits and wellbeing, can lead to a happier workforce, greater staff retention and business growth, whether the company is large or small, our broker training survey finds. Eleanore Robinson reports
The broker said the deal would bulk up its motor offering as it also reveals it is retiring the aQmen, TFP Schemes and Thistle brands which form its Q Underwriting division.
CEO Richard Tuplin talked about the company's recent acquisition of Drayton Insurance and detailed what the broker has in store for the coming year.
CEO Brett Sainty tells Insurance Age about the wholesale broker's growth plans and discusses building long-term relationships with independent regional brokers.
Insurance Cares: The team of ten insurance professionals is taking on the 980 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats to raise money for Insurance United Against Dementia and the Alzheimer’s Society.
The deal is set to expand Ignite systems pipeline and offer Ignite's existing clients access to Sequel's infrastructure and resources.
The deal doubles the size of AllClear’s UK travel proposition.
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The watchdog said that it appears the business “acted dishonestly” and warned customers to decline to do business with the firm.
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Time for a change: As we emerge from the pandemic, change is in the air across the whole insurance industry
In his second article for Insurance Age, PKF Littlejohn tax partner, Howard Jones looks at the impact of Brexit on UK insurance.
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Broker says it has a support team in place to "ensure that customers are not adversely affected" by discrepancies in data after it was featured in a segment on Channel 4 consumer affairs show Joe Lycett's Got Your Back.
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Brokers split over whether they will see a return to growth while grappling with new attitudes to remote working, work-life balance and client confidence in the aftermath of Covid-19
After revealing leadership changes earlier this month, WTW appoints a former member of the team as its new CFO.
The business acquired Three Sixty for an undisclosed sum earlier this year.