Flaxmans makes case for government and insurance sector to team up to help businesses recover following the coronavirus pandemic as Mactavish calls for independent review.
The marketplace has been asked to collate insurer BI cover information for the regulator.
Reports state star chef Raymond Blanc has slammed Hiscox for not paying out after he was forced to close his restaurants and pubs in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Updated: A number of providers have introduced exclusions for Covid-19.
Provider also posts increases in GWP and profit after tax as it reports "disappointing" personal motor result impacted by claims inflation and a "lower than anticipated" Ogden rate.
The insurer is facing a potential class action after declining a series of business interruption payments but says it could pay up to $175m and is “proactively paying claims”.
The product covers 300 different trades and offers flexible commission to brokers.
Regulator tells firms who refuse to pay out to explain why and how they believe it represents a fair outcome for customers.
Steve Green of Anthony Jones Insurance Brokers considers the future for the sector as the Covid-19 pandemic bites.
Blanc will head up a review following the Doncaster 2019 flooding to learn why victims did not have the right cover.
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But the consolidators say their models have not changed as a result of the coronavirus.
The organisation purchased Hughes & King for an undisclosed sum adding £4m in GWP to its business as it presses on with pipeline amid Covid-19.
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Phil Barton, alongside Stuart Reid and Chris Jelf, has formed the broker from MRIB and Independents, La Playa, CGI and Versatile, with initial £25m investment from Capital Z.
Move comes after LV completes the transfer of its commercial lines business to Allianz.
Evans quoted the figure in a letter defending the response of insurers to the pandemic.
Covid-19: Brokers battle colossal workloads as they look to help customers change policies and maintain cover.
The venture, which is a combination of five existing brokers - MRIB and Independents, La Playa, CGI and Versatile - is led by former Jelf boss Barton, with Chris Jelf as commercial director.
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MD Chris Blackwell will continue to lead Trilogy as the MGA states it does not expect any changes to the business following the deal.
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Biba's executive director, Graeme Trudgill, addresses the big question around business interruption and Covid-19.
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