Insurance Age - Insurance Age December 2015
With constant pressure on rates, insurers pulling out of the market and the rise of technology such as driverless cars, there are lots of opportunities, as well as pitfalls, in fleet insurance
Managing director of TH March Neil McFarlane explains how the specialist jewellery broker is looking to grow and keep the personal touch with clients
CEO Carl Shuker explains why, after 33 years with the broker, he still backs A-Plan’s traditional high-street model over online quote-and-buy
As consolidation picks up pace again, Paul Meehan looks at if any lessons have been learned from the last round of buyouts
Peter Hubbard asks could 2016 see the insurance market turn the corner on SME pricing?
After an uncertain start to 2015, brokers now need to plan on how to grow in a low inflation and stable rating period, says Tony Cornell
The sector is acutely aware that SME is its bread and butter so it’s important for brokers to keep up with the changes and trends. We examine the importance of working with micro SMEs and what brokers need to know about in the emerging science and tech…
“The Insurance Debate proved that broking has a solid platform of engaged, skilful and articulate, professional and passionate practitioners”
Mixed response from brokers to news of redundancies at Zurich and AIG
Chancellor’s proposed measures welcomed by insurance companies
New products on the market could herald a resurgence for broker PI sector
Insurance sector unconcerned by FCA’s inquiry into how it handles customer data
The past couple of months have resembled a whirlwind of an events season with no shortage of high-profile Insurance Age occasions.
Property in one guise or another featured prominently in the range of new products delivered into the market over the past month.
As we draw nearer the time for turkey, Christmas pudding and relaxation, the insurance sector has shown no signs of slowing down its recruitment pace.