Broker says acquisition of Flexible Health will allow it to expand its private medical insurance offering to individuals.
Profit and GWP improved at the motor provider.
Egan points to growth in RSA's regional commercial broker book as UK business moves back into profit.
Exclusive: Group CEO Warren Downey, who joined from JLT last year, outlined the firm's M&A plans.
Performance at group and UK & International level improved and COR was 95.0% as the business noted the impact of discipline and portfolio exits.
Exclusive: The organisation, formerly known as Coversure, is set to buy across its retail and wholesale divisions.
Exclusive: The MGA will launch its P&C product suite in early March, aiming to eventually target 21 industry sectors.
UK CEO Jon Dye comments on the insurer's financial results for 2019 and discusses broker support and acquisitions.
Challenging fourth quarter hits the provider as operating profit falls by 35% but CEO Dye remains upbeat.
Customers told to check the validity of their policy with their insurer.
Provider posted rising revenues in both commercial and personal lines.
Qomplx’s WonderCover product offers parametric cyber cover either as a standalone product or as an add-on.
Ageas UK CEO, Andy Watson, discusses the issues impacting the provider's 2019 results and recent changes in its broker business.
Group has added £9m GWP and 19 staff with its purchase of Midlands-based CLA (Risk Solutions).
CEO Andy Watson says results were driven by difficulties in the motor market.
News editor Ida Axling and editor Siân Barton look over the top stories for the week.
Cyber liability has been added to the cover alongside a number of additional features.
Lights & Legal managing director Dean Perkin will stay with the firm.
Consultancy says that cyber elements of commercial property cover are increasingly being removed.
Commercial property is facing hikes in premiums as insurers take a tough line on claims. Sam Barrett finds out why and discovers what steps brokers can take to weather the hardening market
Upheaval in the motor market caused by improving safety features, the increased price of repairs and a drop in capacity could provide opportunities for brokers. Sam Barrett reports
Exclusive: Research from Mazars shows 83% of brokers feel that the current levels of consolidation are sustainable.
MGA has worked with Team Partnership to develop the offering.
Research by Consumer Intelligence shows the average van premium has risen by 37.4% since April 2014.