Insurance Age - March 2017
“For brokers… conversations with clients, who will see bills rising, are going to get even more complicated”
Fears raised that premiums will rise and consumer churn may increase
Will PE investment lead to more smaller regional brokers being snapped up?
Regulator’s list of unauthorised firms is “useful and accessible” for brokers, says compliance expert
The market reacts to prohibition on daytime drinking
The end of motor broking as we know it?: Mark Bower-Dyke poses the question of whether brokers will survive in an increasingly digital world
I tweet therefore I am: David Williams on why he tweets and you should too
Insurers have once again won the contest for most announced people moves in the past month.
Motorised objects might be the flavour of the month, but providers have once again brought a variety of products to market to entice all
Moving with the times: Coversure’s managing director Bob Darling tells Insurance Age that his focus has changed from increasing office numbers and why the future is bright for the franchise model
Driverless cars, smart lightbulbs, smart thermostats and data are all hackable. Brokers have a key role to play in protecting customers against this type of cyber risk, writes Rachel Gordon
As businesses realise the importance of cyber insurance and more products become available, it is an ideal time for brokers to start offering the cover, explains Rachel Gordon
Motoring along: Staveley Head’s MD on how niches and specialisms have helped fuel growth and why the broker decided to build its own software
The managing director of Staveley Head takes on our broking minute challenge.
With wholesalers reporting increases in key measures across the board, the future looks bright for the sector
New model broker: Bluefin founder Chris Blackham, former Chubb HNW lead John Sims, Trevor Davies, partner at Kennedy’s law firm and ex-rugby international Jeremy Guscott have teamed up to found Vizion
The end of 2016 was a near horror story for brokers
Are you a high net worth (HNW) broker looking for the next step in this niche but lucrative market? Then why not join the Insurance Age HNW Society?
Keeping clients and staff informed is an important part of any succession plan, writes Sam Barrett
Brokers offer vital help to property owners facing new challenges to their business, writes Edward Murray
Sunil Shah of C&M Insurance wants to insure West Ham while Aviva’s Tracey Threlfall’s first job was as an HGV driver in the Royal Air Force
Our cartoon this month gets to the bottom of cyber crime