To tie in with the first-ever UK Broker Week, we asked our speakers to outline what their perfect working week would look like. Innovative Risk Labs CEO Ed Gaze shares his thoughts.
Ratings agency Moody’s has kept its negative outlook on the prospect for UK property and casualty insurance warning of higher reinsurance costs and pressure on personal lines margins as price growth lags inflationary cost increases.
RSA has expanded its mid-market financial risks portfolio with the launch of a pension trustee liability insurance product.
Ecclesiastical Insurance’s combined operating ratio in the UK and Ireland shot up to 106.6% in the first half of 2023 from 94.5% in the same period of 2022.
Saga has decided to “pause” the sale of its underwriting business Acromas Insurance, the over-50s specialist has confirmed.
The premium finance market is being warned it faces serious regulatory consequences after the Financial Conduct Authority issued yet more concerns about industry practices.
A survey has revealed that 83% of brokers do not believe there are enough specialists or insurers offering capacity for the haulage, waste disposal and courier markets.
Celebrating his first year as UK CEO of Hiscox, Jon Dye tells Insurance Age about the central role of brokers in the insurer’s growth strategy across its new operating model in high net worth, beefed up regional structure and schemes ambitions.
Clear Group swooped for its third deal in September buying Bluestone Insurance Services to boost its presence in the South West.
Arkel Underwriting has rolled out its landlord product, Premier Let, on Applied Systems in its second partnership with the software provider in a matter of months.
A poll of insurance brokers by HSB has suggested that two-thirds of businesses are not considering computer insurance risks arising from evolving working practices.
Doncaster-headquartered One Call Insurance Services has posted double digit increases in profits and policy count for 2022.
The Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority have released consultation papers setting out proposals to boost diversity and inclusion to support healthy work cultures, reduce groupthink and unlock talent.
Hiscox has appointed Chris Hanson, Darren Love, Laura Garrard and Alex Bailey as the regional managers for its UK broker business, Insurance Age can reveal.
Managing general agent Iprism has bought property specialist SK Underwriting for an undisclosed fee.
To tie in with the first-ever UK Broker Week, we asked our speakers to outline what their perfect working week would look like. Rachael Charles, business partner, WTW Networks, shares her thoughts.
R&Q Insurance Holdings has admitted that it is in advanced discussions with Canadian investment business Onex for the sale of its fronting business Accredited.
Broker MCE was carrying a £5.2m Ebitda loss before its collapse, leaving HM Revenue & Customs with an estimated £828,844 claim, according to the administrator’s report.
Bristol-based Park Insurance has rolled out its first formal broker apprentice programme open to recent school leavers and those with work experience in other areas looking to move their career in a new direction.
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The Financial Conduct Authority has warned the cyber insurance market over its concerns on policy wordings.
Specialist Risk Investments’ bill for buying motor trade specialist Hamilton Leigh in 2022 totalled £11.52m, according to a filing at Companies House.
Insurtech broker Ripe has completed its first acquisition by snapping up specialist boat insurance provider, Craftinsure.
Far from being a risk, digitisation is the best protection brokers can invest in to reduce the impact of market uncertainty. And Risto Rossar, CEO and founder of Insly, argues the timing could not be better given ongoing challenges from recruitment to…