Insurance Age - July/August 2016


Hold on to talent

Peter Done explains what you need to do to keep your staff on board, prevent the loss of key talent and keep down recruitment costs

Customers losing out

The most recent wave of consolidation could lead to a revamp of commission structures, which won’t be good for brokers or their clients, says Ian Stutz

Broking success: Quality advice

Luker Rowe managing director Chris Luker details the broker’s family origins and explains its commitment to dealing with clients face to face

Keep the faith

With ‘utmost good faith’ on the way out, Tony Cornell argues that it could be a case of brokers beware as they have to pay the costs of the Insurance Act

In-depth: After hours

The UK has a thriving night time economy and with that comes a range of both unusual and prosaic insurance needs. Sam Barrett examines what brokers need to know about how best to insure the businesses that keep night owls entertained and the food…

The broker agenda

Biba’s Steve White explains that with constant big changes for brokers the trade body is already planning for 2017

The stats: July 2016

The latest SSP ratings for the public liability market have revealed a mix of months with a high degree of volatility and months of stability bordering on stasis.

Power hour: Driving change in motor trade

The motor trade market is evolving with the rise of autonomous vehicles, electric cars and changing consumer purchasing habits, but the sector still also has to deal with more traditional risks

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