Broker has already struck two deals since being bought by Broker Network this January.
Aggregator highlights appetite to grow business and landlords insurance.
Commercial broker brings £5m of GWP and was already a network member.
All parties decline to comment.
Tony Tarquini of Pegasystems shares his view on how AI is changing insurance as well as the opportunities and potential pitfalls for brokers.
MUM CEO predicts broker will “thrive in a large organisation” as the MGA focuses on underwriting following the deal.
The firm will sit alongside Oxford Insurance Brokers and James Hampden International.
Lalley had been CIO at GRP for a year.
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Hazelton Mountford is currently working to identify potential buys and seeking brokers with around £3m GWP.
Deal expected to close in the first half of 2019.
The ABI’s latest research on insurance fraud in the UK did not use the phrase “ghost broking” but it did reference a fraudster being jailed for selling fake motor insurance policies.
Aviva MD of UK intermediaries, Phil Bayles, says distribution costs need to improve in the sector but denies there is a commission problem following dispute with GRP.
Broker points to organic growth as main driver.
Company results for the Broker Network owned firm also reveal a £3m loan from parent company.
Steve Treloar points to personal lines growth and highlights that the insurer has increased its number of broker partners as business moves between LV and Allianz.
Profit and COR deteriorates for H1 2018 but GWP increases to £827m amid transfer of business with Allianz.
Scheme aimed at companies operating drones for commercial or business purposes.
Team moving from LV to focus on fleet.
Boss Jon Dye silent on future potential acquisition targets.
Emmanuel Kenning and Jonathan Swift share their views on the most clicked on articles by brokers.
GWP flat as business transfers to LV.
Insurer’s leaders keen on further schemes growth as they report progress in personal lines.
COR also improved to 97.0% despite costs arising from the ‘Beast from the East’ but group results are “below ambitions”.