CEO of HugHub says insurance needs to move with the times as consumers do not view themselves in silos.
New offering “has the potential to be a game changer for brokers” says Carruthers.
Strategy and innovation director Nick Rawlings says product launches on e-trade platform will depend on broker feedback.
Insurer says BrokerPal will enable brokers to access a wide range of products.
The range for Hiscox Trader includes PI, office, public and products liability, cyber and data insurance cover.
Move boosts range to seven lines.
Some legacy systems “not fit for purpose” – CDL roll-out to start this year with end of 2017 completion.
Timings still to be confirmed.
Deal focuses on personal lines products.
NIG to distribute tradesman and property owners cover via the software house.
Insurer says it has made significant changes following feedback from brokers.
Software specialists restructure with two divisions.
Premium finance offering now integrated into Applied TAM.
Recent high profile hacks and data breaches remind businesses of the need for cyber insurance
Software house unveils CSR24 2016 and Applied Mobile.
Applied boss argues there are abundant opportunities to thrive in a digital future.
Market expert investigates the changes that Google Compare is already delivering to consumer mind sets and the possible outcomes for insurance in the US.
A "feeding frenzy" of consolidation in the USA.
Board director had been with the business for 14 years.
Insurer says move supports strategy of making it easier and quicker for brokers to trade with firm.
Group and insurance revenues rise at aggregator in first half of 2015.
Brokers cannot afford to miss out on offering cyber insurance as the risk posed to their clients increases.
Brokers and tech experts gathered in Stansted last month to learn how the sector could embrace digital and put itself at the forefront of technological change at our inaugural Digital Broker day.
Acturis CEO pleased with results and reveals plan to grow in personal lines while developing commercial business.