Insurance Age - Insurance Age February 2015
Legal update to 1906 legislation to cover disclosure, warranties and remedies for fraudulent claims
Brokers largely unconcerned over insurer’s purchase of life and pensions provider
FCA pledges to “work constructively” with Biba as trade body launches 2015 manifesto
Creditors group offers £1 plus £715m debt deal to buy consolidator
Brokers were less optimistic about their overall business situation in the final quarter of 2014, according to a Financial Services Survey from the CBI and PwC.
In the last two months there has been an outburst of products involving motor insurance.
There was no holiday break when it came to market moves. From management changes at Brightside to Gary Duggan leaving Paymentshield, there was no shortage of news involving personnel movements. Gallagher and Griffiths & Armour picked up staff from…
Tony Cornell looks at the state of the nation from a commercial insurance perspective
Whether or not you agree that protected no claims bonuses are an add-on, if implemented it means a lot more paper work for brokers, says William Hughes
With pressure on terms and insurers not paying out on claims as readily as before, Charles Manchester warns that premiums for brokers’ own PI are on the rise
“The sector is setting a course into 2015 with increasing levels of good cheer”
Change will be this year’s defining theme, says Bill Cooper, and small to medium-sized brokers are in a perfect position to exploit it
From continuous growth to a focus on people and staying debt-free, Henderson Insurance Brokers founder Joe Henderson has a lot to be outspoken about
Imogen Coggan, group MD at Kelliher Insurance Group, explains the Kerry London rebrand and talks about the future of the broker
Joe Henderson, founder and chief executive of Henderson Insurance Brokers faces the Insurance Age cameras for our profile in focus interview.