Exclusive: Group CEO Warren Downey, who joined from JLT last year, outlined the firm's M&A plans.
CEO John Neal says the corporation has raised £300m in debt to fund Future at Lloyd's programme as he admits Lloyd’s is “bound to go down some blind alleys” as it seeks to transform.
Exclusive: The organisation, formerly known as Coversure, is set to buy across its retail and wholesale divisions.
Exclusive: Insurance Tailors, based in Twickenham, has been purchased by the specialist broker’s parent firm for an undisclosed sum.
Scott, who founded Aston Scott Group, has invested in the start-up which was launched by former Aviva broker distribution director Fraser Edmond.
Customers told to check the validity of their policy with their insurer.
CEO and co-founder, Tobias Taupitz, discusses the start-up's expansion plans, its "coup" to have Amanda Blanc join its board, and why he believes Laka's pooled payment calculation model should be used across the industry.
The Insurance Age team talk about the top stories for the week.
Effect of storms is feeding through into premium costs.
Oke Eleazu, chief operating officer at Bought By Many, discusses how insurance firms and customers can build trust with one another.
Group has added £9m GWP and 19 staff with its purchase of Midlands-based CLA (Risk Solutions).
The business went bust in 2017 and administrators expect just £246,000 to be paid to creditors.
The regulator examined several areas of potential harm in its annual review of the general insurance sector.
The broker is PIB's 26th deal and operates in the property, corporate, private clients and SME sectors.
Executive chairman Ashwin Mistry says firm's income and GWP have been impacted by broker members selling up.
Bollington suspends trading with the unrated Danish insurer, which has been providing capacity for its MGA, Anjuna Underwriting, since 2017.
Motorcycle broker will join Autonet, Carole Nash and Swinton as part of Atlanta.
Ardonagh’s Atlanta division has exchanged contracts to purchase the motorcycle specialist broker.
News editor Ida Axling and editor Siân Barton look over the top stories for the week.
Firm reveals an increase in turnover but a drop in Ebitda for the year as it lists consolidation and Brexit as challenges affecting the business.
Deal follows its purchase of Ashgrove Insurance Services last month.
Peter Staddon, managing director of the MGAA, discusses the potential partnerships between brokers and MGAs.
Cyber liability has been added to the cover alongside a number of additional features.
The sad fall of Staveley Head causes Siân Barton to pause and ask ‘when did this last happen to a broker?'