Crowned the Capital of Culture 2008, Liverpool is a vibrant city famous for its music scene, but what does its broking market have to offer? Martin Friel heads north-west to find out how the Liverpudlian approach differs to its neighbours'
The insurance industry and police have recently joined forces in an initiative designed to quash fraudulent activity, however it continues to rise, particularly in the motor arena. Liz Booth uncovers some typical attempts to defraud
Establishing a decent motor book may take some hard graft, but with HNW and classic car clients generally presenting minimal claims and attractive renewal rates, brokers could soon find they are cruising. Martin Friel reports
'Crash for cash' is just one of the methods fraudsters are employing to wangle motor payouts. Sue Jones explains how, by teaming up with police forces and crime agencies, the IFB hopes to tackle this trend
The current subject on broker lips is PMI claims transparency, yet this was banned from discussion at a recent AMII meeting. In the absence of proper debate, Liz McMahon brings viewpoints together on the page
Providing peace of mind and protecting people when they are at their most vulnerable, insurance is nothing to be scoffed at. Ian Gosden asks if current advertising trends are making a mockery out of the industry