Zego’s Harry Franks explores how insurtechs are filling the customer expectation void in insurance.
CEO Christopher Croft argues that governments and private insurers need to collaborate on solution capable to respond to future pandemics in order to keep costs down for taxpayers.
She moves across from Gallagher-owned Pen Underwriting, and Pen has appointed Matthew Lucas as her successor.
The business was sold to Sun Capital last year. Since then it has secured a £1m development loan from Close Brothers and its investors has pumped £7m into Mulsanne to help with solvency.
DIG was granted a springboard injunction on 3 August, in a case that saw the broker accuse senior account manager Darren Judd along with competitor, Amicus Insurance Solutions, of stealing confidential information.
The agreement was originally announced in March this year and will see the creation of the world’s largest broker.
The platform has been designed to help brokers and their clients manage strategic and operational risk as schools re-open amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Craig Thornton, insurance lead at Lloyds Banking Group considers the role of the sector during the pandemic.
By Andy Fairchild explains why the time to digitally transform is now.
Cliff has been appointed chairman of the firm which specialises in the social housing sector, travel and associated insurance and property insurance.
MD Julie Gibbons discusses the broker's rebrand, acquisition plans, opening up after lockdown and how the business has ended up with a female majority in management roles.
Broker says it is recruiting across its three offices in East Winch, King’s Lynn and Norwich.
Group CEO Paul Moors chats to Insurance Age about the broker’s Watson Laurie deal, future growth plans and cutting ties with Gefion.
The impact of coronavirus is inescapable. This category highlights the brokers who reacted positively and helped their customers, staff and communities throughout Covid-19.
This special award will be presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution in the last 12 months, whether through the advancement of the organisation that employs them; or the wider broking industry.
Guy Penn & Co becomes the latest Ethos regional broking powerhouse.
The business bought trade credit brokers Credit and Business Finance in March 2019 and Credit Risk Solutions in October 2017.
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Regulator says fraudsters are giving out details of the authorised company as part of their tactics to scam people in the UK.
CFO Mark Mugge says specialist motor broker is gearing up to make acquisitions and predicts the personal lines sector will see rate increases as a result of the pandemic.
Manchester-based broker Champion Insurance Group has launched a new financial lines arm.
The MGA, which specialises in the construction, leisure and commercial sectors, brings £20m of GWP to Ardonagh and will operate within Geo Specialty Group.
Stuart Grieb joins the consolidator as regional managing director for the South, while Chris Haggart moves to take on wider responsibilities across GRP's retail division.