MGA aiming to double in size in three years.
Ann Peel poses the question as more SMEs will be able to complain to the Ombudsman.
Partnership to write property, liability, PI and more.
Roving reporter Jonathan Swift dials in for this week's episode.
Brokers are diversifying into other sectors, looking up the chain and upping their e-trading game to win and keep SME customers. Martin Friel finds out what small businesses expect from their advisers
Manchester-based broker posts soaring profits.
In an increasingly online-dominated market, how can brokers find the sweet-spot where advice is valued? Martin Friel finds out
Axa and RSA take joint second place.
New offering applies to claims relating to directors & officers’ liability and company legal liability.
Provider says its International Programmes can help brokers and consumers with advice on issues including tax, regulation, claims and underwriting.
Property claims are increasing as Allianz warns that theft is on the up and calls on brokers to carefully communicate with customers and make use of risk management services.
The 2018 supplement is now up, including expert analysis of the state of the broker market.
The Q3 results reflect impact of joint venture with LV as commercial lines remains stable and personal lines boosts performance.
First insurance position following exit from Complete Cover Group and Mulsanne.
New UK CEO David Summers on Simply Business’ strategy, being owned by Travelers and why the broker doesn’t sell cyber insurance.
Insurance Age and Axa release the second in a series of whitepapers to help brokers and MGAs launch schemes and delegated authorities.
The insurer's CIO faces the camera for the quick-fire quiz.
The second episode of our insightful documentary series with Axa, Scheme Smart, focuses on how to take a delegated authority to the next level.
CEO confirms plans to buy more businesses next year.
On being a technological company, what it has changed for brokers and customers as well as what is coming next.
Panel session argues that broker remuneration is not high on the agenda for clients.
Panellists say innovation leads to opportunities.
Service, training, recruitment and learning from mistakes all come under the microscope.
The businesses, bought by Arch UK, employ 250 staff across nine offices.