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The MGA, launched last year by former Sterling head Nicholas Cooper, has designed the cover for larger residential and commercial properties.
Global giant’s revenue rises 6.6%.
Trade body also predicts 2019/20 levies will be higher.
Broker Commercial & General has signed up to Iotatech’s pay-per-use platform.
Process piloted with 31 insurers is set to be made compulsory for all firms and most products.
Regulator proposing to extend pilot programme to all firms and to cover most general insurance products.
Axa introduces AI bots as Allianz focuses on injury claims handling.
Consultancy Mactavish says cyber policies have “major flaws” and claims brokers and insurers use “scaremongering” tactics to make companies buy cover.
Provider adds roles and plans to move internal IT to Tata Consultancy Services.
Partnership extended for a further three years.
NMU's Nick Limb examines how the nature of terrorism has evolved and addresses the broker role in protecting clients.
He joins as managing director.
Aviva's mid-market push comes under the microscope along with Brexit.
Danish provider declared bankrupt on 20 December 2018.
Insurer highlights 109% increase in enforcement actions by Care Quality Commission.
Verlingue explains the history of the family-owned French firm and shares his thoughts on buying during Brexit uncertainty, organic growth, servicing clients and heli-skiing.
Customers were urged to use emails during the issue.
Document has 30 calls to action and 26 commitments.
Software specialist seeking new minority PE backer.
Deal is Saffron's third since it was bought by Broker Network a year ago.
Summit Partners invested in June 2010.
Ida Axling hosts the first show of 2019.
Richard Hoskins retiring from the business.