CTO Manan Sagar outlines the company's vision for the future of the sector.
The purchase of Buckland Harvester adds £4m GWP and 15 staff to Aston Lark as the broker eyes more buys in the North West.
InsurTech Futures: The car insurance app aims to reduce costs for young drivers.
The business has struck a deal with I & D Insurance Services which is based in Alyth.
Sharon Bishop, CEO of the premium finance provider, discusses the organisation's recent broker survey and what respondents had to say about personal lines.
The Atlanta CEO explains that branch closures should not be viewed in isolation.
The Insurance Age team unpick the most recent and most popular stories.
But the consolidator is not planning to expand in the risk management space following H&S Click purchase.
Its MGA Maven Underwriters lost Lloyd’s support and Aon states it has found alternative cover for its clients using Maven.
Policy Expert co-founder Adam Powell reveals plans to change the motor broker's business model.
InsurTech Futures: Broker says the policy was developed following a survey which showed that millennials would be encouraged to buy travel insurance if it was more accessible.
CEO David Ross reveals plans for Ardonagh to double in size in the next three to five years, as results for the first half of 2019 show growth in retail and broking segments.
Software firm, Applied Systems says the broker management system should help Romero to standardise data and operations across six locations and 180 employees.
PIB will integrate childcare broker Albany Childcare into Morton Michel, despite promising at the time of purchase it would keep the brand.
Broking giant also posts growing income as a result of the deal to buy Swinton.
Insurance Age takes a look at the recent spate of cloned firms targeting the industry as experts urge brokers to be vigilant.
The Broker Network owner, which also posted a loss for the year, made a number of large deals including Saffron, Compass, MCM and Lockyers.
Administration period set to go on until 12 July 2020, as investigation into company director, Graeme Kalbraier continues.
Deal follows GRP's purchase of Lancashire-based broker 3XD in July.
Move follows the launch of Gauntlet Enterprise's southern hub last year.
Broker posts turnover of £27.4m and reveals plans to develop its First Van brand and telematics offerings.
Brokers attending the event have shared their thoughts on M&A in the market ahead of the Expo on 7 November.
Derek Henry, formerly of Ardonagh Group, will join the broker in September.
The private equity move sees co-founder Gary Edmondson leave the managing general agent.