What hit the headlines as we moved into the second month of the year?
Transparency over remuneration and trust between wholesale and retail brokers are vital for the market to thrive
Purchase of commercial lines specialist Wright Insurance Brokers follows its deal for Dublin-headquartered Robertson Low in January.
Our expert panel discusses how brokers and software houses can work together to deliver a smoother journey for customers and what role data will play in future
What were the most read articles in the first month of 2019?
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The hottest stories on www.insuranceage.co.uk, the month in numbers and quotes from the biggest news stories of the month
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Light and shade: Along with celebrating success, we mustn’t forget the darker side of 2019
Our expert panel discusses how brokers can encourage clients to adopt risk prevention solutions, how insurers can help and what role technology can play in the process
The deal takes the number of Greenwood Moreland offices to three.
The organisation reported a loss in the year due to costs relating to the PIB deal but all other metrics showed growth.
InsurTech Futures: Start-up has also raised £15m, with Lloyd's of London chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown and JLT CEO Dominic Burke among the backers.
The body is subsidising mental health first aid training for members and has four regional sessions set up for 2020.
Financial results filed for 2019 show the impact of the company’s acquisitive streak.
Deal for Barpax Associates is the broker's second since becoming part of GRP in early 2018.
Move follows the merger of ICB Group and Finch Insurance Brokers.
Marsh Commercial’s plan to close branches and open centralised ‘Centres of Excellence’ could create opportunities for brokers.
The combined business will continue to operate out of its existing offices and will be led by current chief executive officers, Mike Latham and Neil Campling.
By Sharon Bishop, of Close Brothers Premium Finance, on building personal lines broking success.
Operation will be headed up by new recruit David Plowman.
Siân Barton and Ida Axling discuss this week's most popular news stories, including a restructure at MS Amlin and redundancies at RSA.
Announcement from the market follows BBC reports of gunfire in the London Bridge area.
Graeme Newman, chief innovation officer at CFC, said cyber risks are "still the same old risk, just presented in a new way".