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The exclusive Insurance Age Broker Satisfaction Survey reveals 2021’s top insurers.
The results of Insurance Age’s annual study into the top 50 brokers and providers in the personal lines market are in.
While figures indicate increases in premium in property-based lines and an overall growth trend, motor and casualty lines are dropping away in second quarter of 2021
Last year’s trends of continued growth in premium in property-based lines, tempered growth in liability classes and reductions in fleet premiums have continued well into the first quarter of 2021
The last quarter of 2020 saw premiums continue to rise in most of the product lines featured in the Acturis Commercial Broking Index
Floodflash founder CEO Adam Rimmer talks to Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift about how it paid a Storm Christoph claim in January within 9 hours and 44 minutes.
Floodflash founder CEO Adam Rimmer talks to Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift about a new survey it undertook that found that 48% of businesses worry about flooding as a threat to the UK economy.
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Premiums have unsurprisingly continued to rise in the third quarter of 2020 as the market hardens further, according to the Acturis Commercial Broking Index
Check out the results of Insurance Age’s annual study into the top 50 brokers and providers in the personal lines market.
The hardening market along with the Covid-19 crisis has continued to push premiums up in the majority of product lines represented in the Acturis commercial broking index, fleet being the notable exception.
Brokers explain how providers can improve the commercial and agricultural insurance e-trading experience for a survey conducted by MS Amlin and Insurance Age
Jonathan Swift caught up with Close Brothers Premium Finance sales director Paul Trail and commercial director Steve Wallis to find out how the sector is evolving and to reveal some of the results of a survey of brokers carried out earlier this year
Premiums have continued to rise with all of the product lines featured in the Acturis commercial broking index recording upwards annual movements in the first quarter of 2020.
All change in motor LEI: How will products and prices evolve in motor legal expenses insurance after the implementation of the the online injury claim portal? Edward Murray reports on the findings of a joint Insurance Age and Coral Insurance Services…
Coral Insurance’s Will Price on why the industry will need a revamped range of modern legal expenses insurance propositions
Consumer Intelligence warned that telematics restrictions following coronavirus may hit youngest drivers hardest.
Insurers point the finger at increased claims and unexpected Ogden rate change in a challenging year
As 2019 closed, the Acturis commercial broking index equalled its base line of Q1 2010, representing a quarter of heavy increases in premiums over the year before
Willis Towers Watson and Confused warn of future increases as they publish data for Q4 2019.
The third quarter of 2019 brought year-on-year premium growth in all classes of commercial business but one, according to the latest set of data provided by Acturis.
Company warned that there is no end in sight to the recent rate hikes in the sector.
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