Insurance Age - 2012-08-01
Brokers need to check all Tobas to be ready for new client asset rules, says David Roberts
Cinema-goers are currently flocking in their masses to see Batman take his final stand against deadly villain Bane. It comes just a few weeks after Spiderman came back to spin to his web once more against perilous enemy, the Lizard. What has this got to…
CCV‘s Central region managing director Rob Simpson tells Caitlin Morrison about his varied career and how business ownership compares to being part of a larger group
With business increasingly being conducted online, brokers need to be careful, writes Mark Shreeve
The motor fleet sector is at a crossroads, both in terms of rate hardening and the role telematics could have to play in future, reports Caitlin Morrison
The most recent edition in our series of Broker Business Club roundtable discussions, in association with Zurich, took place in London in July. Our panel discussed the opportunities and threats within the highly specialised leisure market.
Brokers are hoping for a watertight solution to stem the tide of the UK’s flood insurance crisis
Insurers have been keen to target property owners in the past month, offering up two new additions to brokers’ repertoires.
Two insurers have targeted the property owners market recently. Aspen Risk Management highlighted that a key benefit of its new product was that it provided practical help in dealing with the growing issue of underinsurance.
Electrical Contractors’ Insurance Company (ECIC) has launched a Renewable Energy product specifically designed for the green energy industry.
ABC Home. This product has been reviewed by brokers and rated from one to five stars, based on the policy’s key benefits. * = Poor ** = Average *** = Good **** = Very good ***** = Excellent
Survey reveals growing importance and increasing popularity of schemes to brokers
AMII enters discussions with the UK’s largest private medical insurance provider
Brokers say they want closer relationships with insurers no matter what structure they adopt
“The non-stop rain, rain, rain – with the exception of a few days at the end of July – has seen insurance leading the news”