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Broker to migrate its schemes products onto the software house's Ski platform.
Aviva client relationship manager, Domini Bucknell explains how brokers can use CRM services in the mid-market space.
Provider says new data platform will give underwriters more time to focus on building relationships with brokers.
It has has launched five industry practices within its GRS business as it takes practice leader from JLT.
CEO Peter Blanc says broker will remain independent as bids from three private equity firms have been received.
Cliff was CEO at the broker until July 2018 when he moved to a NED role.
ACSO says portal, which is part of the Civil Liability Bill, has been "shrouded in secrecy".
Win added to the firm’s recruitment initiative.
GS Group’s managing director Kevin Nicol tells Insurance Age how consolidation in the competitive Scottish market is creating opportunities for independent brokers
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Bedfordshire-based broker is the company's third deal in 18 months.
The business has proposed to close two branches and make 97 people redundant.
Reid Briggs and Clifton Morley together bring a GWP of £9.2m to Greens.
Professional Insurance Agents is the first deal for Cavendish Munro since it was bought by Global Risk Partners in 2016.
The aim is to simplify access to the global insurance market and reduce the costs of doing business at Lloyd’s.
The backlash against dual pricing might finally be gaining momentum, says Jamie Marchant
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The amount is £16m more than the organisation forecast it would be back in January and relates partly to “continuing costs in some historic insurance failures”.
Survey by ABI reveals average motor insurance premiums dropped for the fourth quarter in a row.