Broker trade body says it hopes the industry can move on following the High Court's decision yesterday and that any appeal will be “sorted out quickly” for the sake of policyholders.
Disease and ‘hybrid’ wording policyholders are particularly well placed to seek compensation after the landmark High Court judgment today in the FCA's BI test case and those with prevention of access wordings may also find they have cover, law firm…
The High Court today found in favour of the FCA and policyholders on the majority of the key issues under scrutiny in the business interruption test case.
The High Court has ruled that the majority of businesses who held business interruption insurance and were forced to close could be entitled to be compensated by the insurers.
The changes follow redundancies and the consolidation of some centres following the promotion of Jacquie Boast to CEO in early 2020.
Tune in to find out who has taken home the coveted trophies as we unveil the victors.
Peter Blanc says London Market is priority for the broker and reveals MGA/underwriting hopes as the business buys Lloyd’s broker Brunel Professions.
Tune in to Insurance Age at 12.00 on Friday to see who will take home the coveted trophies.
Insurers will find out next week if their denial of coronavirus business interruption claims is legal.
The insurer is proposing to move its engineering, construction and power teams, based in Liphook, to its Guildford headquarters 17 miles away.
Insurance Age content director, Jonathan Swift, talks to MS Amlin's senior e-trade underwriter,Chris Morgan, about how insurance must adapt to the developing needs of customers as the pandemic acts as a catalyst for change.
Property investor Aubrey Weis has alleged that the broker made “false and dishonest representations” regarding settlement of an insurance claim.
In a Dear CEO letter, Roma Pearson, head of retail GI, calls on brokers to address their strategies and improve their governance and warns the watchdog will take action.
The winners will be revealed from 12.00 on 11 September on the Insurance Age website.
The agreement was originally announced in March this year and will see the creation of the world’s largest broker.
The platform has been designed to help brokers and their clients manage strategic and operational risk as schools re-open amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Half year results highlight how motor provider has been affected by coronavirus as profit increases and COR improves.
MD Julie Gibbons discusses the broker's rebrand, acquisition plans, opening up after lockdown and how the business has ended up with a female majority in management roles.
Group CEO Paul Moors chats to Insurance Age about the broker’s Watson Laurie deal, future growth plans and cutting ties with Gefion.
Manchester-based broker Champion Insurance Group has launched a new financial lines arm.
In the run up to the 2020 UK Broker Awards Insurance Age is profiling all the shortlisted firms and individuals, with today’s focus being The Young Broker of the Year.
The provider also saw a 400% increase in webinar attendance as brokers grappled with challenges arising from the pandemic.
The recent heatwave, followed by storms, has heightened the risk of flash-flooding. Richie Toomey, of Lexis Nexis, explores how brokers can use data to mitigate the impact.
Following Broker Extra in July, Insurance Age caught up with one of the speakers, Aviva chief distribution officer Phil Bayles, to discuss some of the key topics that came out of the event