The insurer has announced that its new cyber insurance platform will launch on 1 June 2019.
Income goes up for the quarter as Swinton is credited with assisting growth despite branch closures.
The insurers on the panel have been revealed as the insolvent business seeks to recoup a £30m rejected claim.
Mactavish pursues Zurich, Liberty and other insurers but praises brokers involved in the case as insolvency places providers at risk of damages claim.
On the 1st May Simon Cooter effectively handed over the commercial and high net worth director baton at Covea to Carolyn Callan and became in his words ‘minister without portfolio’. At last week’s British Insurance Brokers’ Association Conference…
The first Diversity & Inclusion in Insurance Awards to be held in November
Brokers must submit their entries by 24 May to be in with a chance of winning a trophy.
The long-rumoured deal is believed to be set to conclude in the next few days.
The move follows Dunedin’s 2016 investment in Kingsbridge.
Commercial lines GWP increased, while the provider's COR improved to 94.8% in the first quarter of the year.
Aviva’s Tom North considers the changing needs of the mid-market and what brokers can do to assist with client relationship management.
The features have been added to the provider’s existing Security Incident Response product.
The technology is available on the escape of water and residential distressed risk schemes.
Mike Latham said the business is on track to achieving 2020 goals as it looks to ICB merger.
Aviva client relationship manager, Domini Bucknell explains how brokers can use CRM services in the mid-market space.
Insurer says policy will complement its legal expenses offering.
SME construction firms are moving towards sourcing insurance online. Sam Barrett learns how, without guidance from brokers, they could be facing large claims that aren’t covered
Bedfordshire-based broker is the company's third deal in 18 months.
The business has proposed to close two branches and make 97 people redundant.
Professional Insurance Agents is the first deal for Cavendish Munro since it was bought by Global Risk Partners in 2016.
Worries about cladding, higher personal injury costs and the knock-on effects of Brexit mean premiums for construction firms are going up. Sam Barrett finds out how brokers can help the sector
Provider says results were impacted by soft market conditions in personal lines, along with adverse weather, claims inflation and uncertainty around Brexit.
The business is to become part of the Arch UK Regional Division and follows its deal to buy Axiom Underwriting earlier this month.
Private equity owner Aquiline has completed a strategic review of the business.