Insurance Age - Insurance Age April 2016
Swinton is closing 130 branches in response to changing customer behaviour, but many brokers believe there is still life in the high-street model.
What impact would Brexit have on brokers and the wider insurance industry? Tony Cornell considers the issues on whether to remain or leave
Brokers describe tax rise to 10% as a “slap in the face” but support increased funding for flood defences
Compliance with auto-enrolment regulations shouldn’t be too taxing, it’s choosing the right workplace pension provider that brokers may need help with, explains Henry Tapper
With just a few months until the Insurance Act comes into force, Bruce Hepburn explains why brokers need to be clued up on its implications
Matt Munro, chief executive officer of Igo4, talks telematics, aggregator sites and the importance of brokers utilising data to add value for insurers
Market welcomes Towergate selling its majority stake, but some have questioned aspects of the deal
RSA head of UK commercial Jon Hancock explains why the insurer remains committed to the regions
Arag Commercial Property Owners' Legal Solutions. 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
If summer isn’t quite in the air yet it is definitely on the minds of insurers as cars seem to be the flavour of the month.
Adding risk management services to their offering could help brokers differentiate themselves from their competitors. Our expert panel discuss outsourcing, regulation and how insurers can help
Technology is changing the way brokers do business and how customers buy insurance, but is the broking world ready for big developments happening in FinTech? Insurance Age finds out
As we look forward to spring and warmer weather, brokers and insurers alike have shown no intent to stop their recruitment pace.
Twice a year Insurance Age conducts a Sentiment Survey of brokers. We believe it is a crucial barometer of market concerns.
Ceta’s David Quick reveals what he thinks should happen to politicians who lie, while LV’s Euros Jones explains his love for South America
Our cartoon uncovers what's really going through the taxman's head
“That would be to utterly miss the point. It still went up and deserved challenging”
The commercial market for drone insurance is ready to take off, with personal use following in its slipstream
Brokers gathered at the Four Seasons Hotel in March to get under the skin of the issues affecting insurance in 2016.
A good scheme can make the difference between a broker breaking even and making a profit. Here we examine how to pitch new schemes to insurers, revitalise older schemes and how the Insurance Act will impact on the schemes market