Insurance Age - Insurance Age July 2015

Digital Broker 2015: Back to the future

Brokers and tech experts gathered in Stansted last month to learn how the sector could embrace digital and put itself at the forefront of technological change at our inaugural Digital Broker day.

Market moves: Busy bees and brokers

Insurers have been busy bees for the past few weeks, ensuring a small victory over the brokers in regards to number of appointments made for the second consecutive month. Many of the major insurers including RSA, Ageas, Aviva, Allianz and Axa served up…

As bad as bankers?

Brokers must make positive changes if they are to escape being tarred with the same brush as bankers, says Branko Bjelobaba

One voice

Ashwin Mistry on what his 12 months as president of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has taught him

Profile: Lend me your ear

Clydesdale Bank has developed a reputation for funding brokers with growth and acquisition plans, and the lender is keen to keep on helping brokers, head of insurance Paul Hambrook explains

The power of clouds

Cloud computing services could make coping with the regulatory burden easier for brokers, says Theo Duchen

Broking success: Fresh ideas

Fresh Insurance chief executive Lisa Powis explains how the broker expanded its female-focus to become a tech-savvy multi-brand business

Review: Insurance sans frontières

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Video: Paul Hambrook

Clydesdale’s Paul Hambrook explains why brokers need to engage with banks earlier when they are seeking investment.

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