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The Smart Home offering for emerging wealth clients has been designed to help brokers compete with direct writers.
MD Nick Houghton says broker is looking to make more acquisitions.
A survey by Go Compare show half of the drivers surveyed felt it should be illegal for insurers to reserve best prices for new customers.
Package offers sudden and unforeseen damage cover as an additional option.
With GWP and staff numbers up on last year, the top 100 brokers reflect the buoyant market
Brightside said the management change was made to build stronger and deeper relationships with distribution partners in an increasingly digitised sector.
New UK and International CEO reiterates commitment to the broker channel after brokers say provider is difficult to trade with.
Attacks increase on businesses with SMEs a target but more firms are now willing to consider cyber cover.
CEO Steve White hopes for a domino effect as networks, including Una Alliance, consider adopting the template.
Regulator says total amount of complaints about financial services reached 3.91m, with PPI making up 40%.
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The regulator’s Business Plan revealed a focus on “fair treatment for existing customers” amid dual pricing investigation and warned orderly transition post-Brexit is an “immediate priority”.
Everyone has a role to play in protecting the planet - even the insurance sector. Unfriend Coal's Peter Bosshard explains what brokers can do to help prevent climate change.
Compliance specialists say brokers need to look at the distribution chain and make sure they act in the best interest of the customer.
The figure is a 2% increase on last year’s with £29m to come from general insurance mediation.
Firm looking for further investment but has no plans to stop working with Carlyle Group.
It is the first slip after two consecutive quarters of rising premium but experts warn that there will be increases again in future.
FSCS "hopeful" 30 April deadline could lead to a deal being agreed as CRL continues to look for replacement cover following unrated insurer Alpha's bankruptcy last year.
The regulator urged brokers to prepare early for the regime which comes into force on 9 December this year.
Which articles were brokers most interested in for the week commencing 8 April 2019?