Snowball has been appointed ahead of rumoured IPO.
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CBI/PwC survey shows growth in business volumes stalls, but overall profitability is up.
The most popular stories this week included the UK Broker Awards, the threat of blockchain, Aston Scott and Lark, a bomb scare and Aviva's advert ban.
The Advertising Standard's Authority stated that the ad featuring ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard promotes irresponsible driving.
The product uses blockchain technology and will be available to UK brokers from 2018.
Insurer is to move its principal EU insurance company from the UK to Ireland next year.
Aon, RSA and Zurich along with more than 100 businesses sign letter to the Brexit negotiators seeking a trade deal and extra time after Britain leaves the EU.
DAC Beachcroft report predicts blockchain impact, another IPT rise and increased focus on corporate governance for brokers.
Article suggests that Wood has held informal talks on a sale of his 30% stake prompting esure shares to rise in value.
Stuart Ramsden of trade credit insurer Atradius argues that the combined resources of brokers and insurers offer a powerful tool in uncertain times.
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The loss adjuster said the division has been designed to provide a bespoke service to property investors and property managers in the UK.
Martin Hall has moved from Pen Underwriting to ERS to take on active underwriter role.
Downey's promotion also sees two other members of Pen’s leadership team start executive-level responsibility from 1 October.
The workforce reduction is part of a drive to cut costs by £40m by 2018.
The insurer is the latest provider to adopt live webchat services via a number of software houses.
MD for general insurance states insurer will be the "go-to destination" for personal lines brokers following deal with Allianz.
The insurers join Axa, Allianz and NIG offering the live webchat service on the Applied TAM commercial lines platform.
Operating profit hits £49m compared to £22m in the first half of 2016.
However, Hastings statement reveals talks between the two motor insurance firms have ceased.
Chubb, the first insurer to pick Paris as its preferred post-Brexit trading location, added that the move is dependent on regulatory approval.
CEO Andrew Burke says business is now in “growth phase” of turnaround but admits that some job losses cannot be ruled out as it seeks to “rationalise expenses”.
Former staff member goes to prison as accomplice gets suspended sentence following pleading guilty to defrauding the insurer.