Updated: The largest brokers in the UK revealed measures in place to protect staff and customers from coronavirus.
Nick Turner, also a director at NFU Mutual, was stopped from attending the annual CII president's dinner after the provider banned staff from attending events with more than 100 guests.
Andrew Gibbons, Ashley Rogoff, Tim Ryan and Paul Anscombe have completed their stints on the board, with the trade body set to announce their replacements in the near future.
InsureandGo says policies will not cover Covid-19, while Staysure continues to sell travel insurance and travel disruption cover.
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The Gallagher-owned MGA has developed a manager role to focus on the Midlands and North.
The legal framework previously in place needs to be changed due to Brexit, with firms having until 11 May to respond.
The decision to keep the unpopular tax at 12% has been welcomed by the insurance market as Chancellor introduces other measures to help Covid-19 hit businesses.
Deal creates UK broker “unicorns” as Marsh moves to number two on the global broking table.
However, Mazars' Simon Fitzsimmons flags that the deal, which will see Aon become the largest broker in the world, still needs to be approved by the Competition and Markets Authority.
The personal lines specialist has bought the Northampton-based SME commercial expert.
Business expects to pay around $1.4bn in integration costs.
The organisation has purchased a Top 100 broker to strengthen its motor proposition.
The event, which celebrates the best in UK broking, is now accepting submissions.
Updated: The provider won’t cover for Covid-19 unless it is specifically named in the terms as other insurers including RSA, Allianz, NIG and Ageas respond to the crisis.
The $30bn deal will see the combined business operate under the Aon brand led by Aon CEO Greg Case, with the transaction expected to go through in the first half of 2021.
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Regulator also says it wants to make diversity and inclusion the norm as it seeks to embed "purposeful culture" into companies.
Freedom Services Group's purchase of Aventus-driven broker Homelyfe was revealed earlier this week.
General insurance CEO, Colm Holmes, says provider has exited some "unprofitable relationships" in personal lines, but highlights Aviva will "significantly invest" in the broker channel going forward.
The organisation has purchased Perry Appleton which is based in Rugby and controls £7m in GWP.
Anderson Ashcroft has been bought for an undisclosed sum.
The broker, now called Somerset Bridge, is set to launch another appeal against the £60,000 data fine.