Clark takes over the role from Inga Beale, as Nick Turner is elected deputy president.
New product is underwritten by Axa.
Government pushes date back for “extensive testing”.
Chairman of Biba’s committee urges industry to back new offering.
Research from Startupbootcamp and PwC reveals rapid evolution in the InsurTech arena.
Trade body says new Toba will increase productivity and reduce business costs.
Asplin has been a member since 1995.
First Central’s new group chief executive officer tells Insurance Age about his plans for the future.
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Brokers and consumers to get a choice of legal indemnity policy quotes in less than 60 seconds for residential properties.
Professional body calls for action to reduce the gender pay gap in the insurance sector.
Judge brands Asplin "a manipulative, arrogant and greedy man".
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Camp to lead on personal lines HNW in UK and continental Europe.
The most clicked articles by brokers this week included a court case decision, Covéa office closures, two stories about Axa and an opinion piece on MGAs.
Festival for diversity and inclusion is to take place on 25 to 27 September and focus on time and action.
Belfast-based broker's parent company Prestige Insurance Holdings secures multi-million pound investment.
Commercial legal expenses and loss assist are now available to brokers using the Keychoice platform.
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No change for UK brokers.
Lloyd’s Bridge to work as online matching service between coverholders and underwriters.
Paul Asplin, the former CEO at Das, was found guilty of fraud charges alongside ex Das claims director David Kearns and former wife, Sally Jones.
Eleven people have left the business due to the changes as the insurer focuses on mid-market.
Insurer also goes live with a new quote and buy web portal.