The latest job moves in the world of insurance and broking.
The broker says the business plans to continue to develop its expertise in areas such as property and construction as well as expanding into new markets.
Former Hiscox UK broker boss Dingwall joins Partners& as managing partner (Scotland) and will focus on expanding the broker's footprint in the North of England and Scotland.
Deal for Dublin-based Brassington Insurance is consolidator's sixth in the Republic of Ireland this year.
The MGA revealed that the new policy, which includes a Covid-19 cancellation feature, allows brokers to build flexible, customised travel cover for clients.
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Carl Hess is to take over the reins on 1 January 2022, succeeding current boss John Haley who is set to retire.
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The broker is to buy the WTW treaty reinsurance operations following the collapse of the original deal.
The High Street business, primarily known for personal lines, is targeting to become a top ten commercial broker. Head of the unit, Richard Easterbrook tells Insurance Age about the plans.
The ABI and ASCO have agreed to set aside the statement of intent develop to speed up claims resolution in the wake of the pandemic.
Kerr Group is seeking to move customers through the policy lifecycle in a more digital and consistent manner.
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The Carlisle-based business is planning to open an office in Kendal to cover south Cumbria.
The sharing economy start-up has signed a distribution deal with the providers.
The latest job moves in the world of insurance a broking.
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The motorbike specialist said the decision to create the new role at board level signals MCE’s ongoing commitment to customer-centric digitisation.
Richard Toomey, of Lexis Nexis explains how data can help the industry to protect customers from the increased risk of flooding.
The move follows deals to buy Bennetts and the brands Autosaint, Ladybird and First Van.
Shawbrook Bank supported the venture with a commercial loan.
The industry was forced to cancel a raft of events including Glastonbury Festival, Boomtown and Womad after insurers backed away and the government dragged its feet on delivering alternative cover.
Bence, formerly of Markerstudy, was most recently with Complete Cover Group.