Ask any person walking down the street, a friend or family member, or even others within our industry, ‘what does an insurer do?’ and its probable that the answer you’ll get back will be along the lines of ‘they protect people when bad things happen’.
They might even go as far as to say ‘they pay out money when things go wrong’ (or don’t, such is the perception of our industry amongst the British public).
But what if an insurer was there to do more than just react and pick up the pieces when
- Lamp’s proposed liquidation sparks debate on insurer stability and ratings
- Ardonagh closes 24 Swinton branches
- Martyn Holman joins Banks-owned Eldon Insurance board
- Gibraltar insurer, Lamp, goes into liquidation amid insolvency
- Mactavish names all British Steel insurers
- Brokers warned over admin fees and commission
- Lockton announces key hires in Birmingham and Manchester