Andy Fairchild, former leader of Broker Network and Applied Systems Europe, considers whether there is enough oversight of the tech providers to the insurance industry.
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Amicus CEO, Adam Scott, has told Insurance Age that the broker is looking to do deals as it aims to become the largest construction waste broker in the UK, following last year's MBO which was supported by Shawbrook Bank.
The Financial Conduct Authority added 1966 possible scams to its consumer warning list between May 2021 and April 2022 the watchdog has confirmed as it updated on the progress of its data strategy.
Ceta has developed a notional home proposition, Prestige Notional, which is backed by Aviva.
Managing general agent Nexus Underwriting has launched Nexus Frontier.
US-based Acrisure has moved further into the UK market and bought Nottinghamshire-based Russell Scanlan for an undisclosed sum.
Jensten Group is set to beat the deadline it set itself to reach £500m GWP according to retail managing director, Robert Organ.
Food retailer Greggs has boosted the number of events cited in its £150m Covid-19 business interruption legal case against Zurich.
Who is up for a trophy at the only awards ceremony dedicated to the UK broker community?
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined JLT Specialty £7,881,700 for financial crime control failings, which in one instance allowed bribery of over $3m to take place.
Motor provider ERS has developed its digital offering and is set to add its manually-traded Prestige and Enthusiast products to its e-trade proposition as it seeks to make them more accessible to brokers.
As economic pressure mounts on customers, brokers must beware the temptation to seek out unrated capacity Arc Legal Group's Tim Mullin argues.
Buying ProAktive is Clear Group’s gateway to the North and part of the plan to expand across the country, executive chairman Howard Lickens has confirmed.
James Hands will succeed Greg Collins as Miller CEO, the broker has confirmed.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has backed the Financial Conduct Authority’s decision to delay a review into travel insurance signposting for medically vulnerable customers by a year.
Clear Group has bought Yorkshire-based chartered broker and risk management business ProAktive, Insurance Age can reveal.
Policy Powerhouse has launched a holiday let buildings and contents insurance product as CEO John Bibby set out the goals of the new digital broker.
Paradigm Housing Group is suing Gallagher for failure to provide the right advice or cover for a £8m flat complex which was damaged in 2020 storms.
Neil Mercier has been appointed as head of standard motor at Ageas as it seeks to consolidate its position in the personal lines space.
The Financial Conduct Authority has delayed its review into the implementation of travel insurance signposting rules by a year.
Brunel Group has opened a branch in Newton Abbot, relocating staff from Bovey Tracey, and plans to double the size of the team in the new location.
SSP users have called on the software house to improve its technology and communication after being hit by another outage yesterday, Insurance Age can reveal.
Fiona Nicolson finds out what the end of the PRS insurance support programme means for the TV and insurance sectors and asks if the show can go on following the withdrawal of government support at the end of this month.