Ripe for expansion?

It seems that small is the new big as the small and medium-sized enterprise market comes into fruition. Insurers are determined to stick with the sector, despite its current difficulties, says Diane Smyth.

Cobra launched

A new commercial broking alliance called Cobra has been launched,with a panel that includes Allianz ...

Hiscox arranges event

Hiscox arranged an event with its female contacts in mind this month, taking 80 women to a private ...

Following the leader

Handing over a business does not always go swimmingly, whether it passes down the family line or to up-and-coming management. Simon Threadgold points out how to ensure the intentions of the out-going owner are in sync with those of their replacement.

Lifting the spirits of SMEs

Affordable cover, moulded to fit individual businesses, is possible in the small and medium-sized enterprise sector if brokers, insurers and trade bodies all pull their weight and get in line with their clients' needs, says Nicolle Farthing.

Camberford updated

Camberford Law has introduced a high net worth product called Platinum Plan. The specialist house a...

Autolease correction

The story Autolease: broker division (PB March, p8) incorrectly referred to Lloyds TSG. It should h...

Appointment at LRG

Stuart Scott and Karen Beattie have joined LRG's broker business development team. Mr Scott is busi...

BUILDING A BOOK - How to cut a rug in HNW

Cultivating relationships at the more exclusive end of the market can lead to some lucrative business opportunities. Carl Gledhill offers some advice on building a successful high net worth line and looking after VIP policyholders

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