CEO Simon Taylor rules out selling up.
Insurance Age's editor and reporter share their thoughts on Biba 2018 and a strong week for puns in headlines.
Transfer to start in third quarter.
MGA ready to return to the buying trail after pause since 2015.
UK CEO Andy Watson says provider wants to grow in commercial lines.
Allianz drops to second place with RSA in third.
Insurer reports improved profit for first quarter 2018.
As the UK insurance sector descends on Manchester for the 2018 British Insurance Brokers' Association Conference, Jonathan Swift predicts some of the key talking points on the floor and in the bars around the venue.
Baxter becomes head of sales at insurtech firm.
MGA Lexicon Property targeting mid-market property owners.
MGA targeting broker and SME client education to support full product roll out.
Property owners is a familiar market for most brokers. New risks and technology could help to squeeze a profit out of the increasingly tight margins in the sector, writes Sam Barrett
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L&G to lead on UK household and SME for five years.
Brokers should keep an eye out for start-ups and opportunities in booming industries such as microbrewing. Sam Barrett investigates
The deal is Gallagher’s first buy since it completed the integration process of Oval, Giles and Oamps.
The broker is also launching a new risk management consultancy for commercial clients.
Deal marks the broker's first purchase in the UK after a three year long integration programme.
Biba encourages brokers to help solve the dual pricing problem.
New policies include cover for in-vehicle safety technology and misfuelling as well as enhanced limits.
Former Arista MD Nick Watson joins with responsibility for broker marketing, development, the branch network and strategic partnerships.
New cover protects senior officers against personal risks that might impact the business.
Software house says focus on Version 7 impacted numbers.
Insurer's COR for the year came in at 97.5%.