Head Lines: Body publishes good practice guidelines after a majority of insurance professionals say they have struggled with their mental health during the pandemic.
James Hallam’s Colin Watts calls for common sense and explains that, during a long career in insurance, the risk of pandemic has never been proposed as an insurable product.
The broker takes Marsh branch director to head up the newly-developed team in the region.
Exclusive: Mazars' Simon Fitzsimmons discusses why the broking sector is attractive to private equity and international investment and predicts we will see fewer larger deals in 2021.
Atlanta Group’s Ian Donaldson explains why working to promote diversity is beneficial for all
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Picking up the pieces: Brokers begin the year working to rebuild the industry’s reputation
Hera Indemnity, which specialises in professional indemnity insurance for solicitors and brings GWP of £41m, will become part of Ardonagh Advisory alongside brands including Ethos Broking, Broker Network, Compass UK and Towergate's regional branch…
MGA says the new offering is part of its strategy to broaden its product suite for UK brokers, as it works towards its £1bn GWP target.
Borland Insurance CEO John Silcock tells Insurance Age about the Scottish broker’s humble beginnings and how new investment is driving ambitious growth plans
New offering pulls together data from multiple touchpoints, including quote, renewal and claims, to help brokers and providers build a comprehensive representation of their customer as well as find cross-selling opportunities.
The combined group, part of Belfast-headquartered Willis & Company, will trade under the Generation brand and plans to expand its footprint across the UK.
The proposals include giving Flood Re the ability to offer discounted premiums to households that have fitted flood resilience measures to their property.
Aston Lark’s Peter Blanc explores how brokers can overcome one of the biggest obstacles in insurance – customer expectation and the reality of claims
Coronavirus and tech drive in the Lloyd’s market have accelerated the adoption of e-trading in 2020.
Industry reacts to Supreme Court’s decision to dismiss insurers’ appeals in FCA BI test case
The broker's turnover fell but adjusted Ebitda grew in 2019 according to its latest set of financial results, as the business also comments on its sale to Ormiston Holdco in early 2020.
The regulator has developed the tool to help policyholders find out if their wording is affected by the Supreme Court's coronavirus ruling.
Europe, Middle East and Asia CEO Simon Matson says the UK business achieved organic growth of 5% in 2020.
Milo Bogaerts, of trade credit specialists Euler Hermes, explores how the extension of the UK trade credit insurance state support scheme will help brokers and carriers create the confidence to trade for their clients.
The line is supported by capacity from Ergo UK Specialty which is part of Munich Re.
The document has been designed to help brokers comply with regulatory obligations.
CEO David Howden hopes A-Plan will help attract UK brokers who do not want to join the "traditional aggregators" as it explores deals of all sizes.