Insurance Age - November 2017
Problem solvers: Level of organic growth in the market reveals brokers’ innovative approach
Insurance education shortfall revealed by FCA creates opportunity for brokers
Intelligent selling: It’s easy to take a wrong turn when selling your business. To help brokers avoid the pitfalls, Olly Laughton-Scott explains a few things he’s learnt from his 25 years’ M&A experience
Embracing the InsurTech future: Nigel Phillips is excited about InsurTech and explains why brokers should be too
Innovations in e-trading are creating opportunities for brokers to win clients and streamline working practices, writes Sam Barrett
Technology is helping to catch up with fraudsters, but there’s still a place for human intuition and intervention. Sam Barrett reports
With a vibrant independent broker market and strong presence from nationals and insurers, Leeds is going from strength to strength
Prizm Solutions managing director Peter Robinson explains how the award-winning broker’s focus on local SME clients has helped it grow
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Recruitment pace across the insurance industry has picked up as we move towards the end of the year.
Is the industry prepared for the onset of GDPR fines or a possible insurance premium tax rise? Brokers also reveal their attitude to consolidation and specialisms
Sutcliffe & Co's Richard Barry on why he chose insurance, meet Markel UK underwriter Jade Knight's bunnies Bambam and Mushki, Affinity Brokers’ Yvonne McKnight is out on the spot and find out why did RWA's Bruce Fayle get a hug from a nurse?
We check a few claims in this month's cartoon