Innovations in e-trading are creating opportunities for brokers to win clients and streamline working practices, writes Sam Barrett
Technology is helping to catch up with fraudsters, but there’s still a place for human intuition and intervention. Sam Barrett reports
Former Transactor chief Ray Vincent to focus on tech provider full-time following deal to sell the software house to Open GI.
Software house close to confirming two more brokers for new Epic platform which goes live in the UK next year.
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US-based Verisk hopes to build its footprint in the UK with Sequel which provides software to the London Market.
Walker takes on the executive chairman role.
Biba welcomes the commitment to intermediaries but brokers are unsure how it will work in practice.
A-Plan was first to sign up when new service was launched.
Insurer states it made updates to meet broker feedback.
A Gumball blog, solvency figures, new software, warnings for brokers and an insurer closing were voted the top five stories by brokers’ clicks over the week.
Adrian Coupland says SSP Broking is the result of years of development.
The product is designed for individual and small chains of shops and salons.
Adrian Coupland says offering is the first of a number of new developments.
According to the firm continual investment in research and development is an important part of its strategy.
Software specialist delivers 20% rise in revenue.
The insurer said brokers can get quotes in four steps for various management liabilities.
New offering can cover employers’, public and product liability.
Allianz and Axa lead the way on new offering.
Theo Duchen hails track record of resilience and investment in infrastructure.
Partnership will deliver a new online cloud-based platform for brokers.
New online system includes offering for contractors insurance.
The CEO for insurance broking Janice Deakin revealed that some offices have already started migration to the new platform as Open GI stays on retail platform.
The product is designed for fleets of three to 20 vehicles and is available on Acturis.