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Jake ‘Brutal’ Bostwick’s dishonest claim to Aviva was found out when he competed in a fight while claiming for injuries.
Brokers have delivered a double top spot to Amazon in this week’s top five most clicked on stories. Also on the list are a big name departure, an acquisition and insurer results.
Allianz’s David Martin says brokers need to use their judgement when trying to keep up with technology and the changing market.
Midas, part of Ardonagh Group, will take over Direct’s specialist business as it looks to grow GWP to £100m.
Early Day Motion calls on government to make the commitment in upcoming Budget.
Insurance careers coach Katherine Bryant explains why the Charter is important for insurers and brokers.
Insurer says a total of 31 people have left the company as a result of a restructure in its Chesterfield office.
Markerstudy’s Gary Humphreys considers how to ‘stay down with the kids’, get ahead and save time in an increasingly digitised world.
The tech giant is seeking a product manager for EU product insurance and outlines its intention to “disrupt” the way traditional product services are acquired and delivered.
Sam Barrett explores how brokers can make the best use of app technology and looks into how to secure customer engagement.
Consultants flag falling rates and rising costs and predict 101.7% market NCR.
Insurer posts COR of 98.2% for first nine months of 2017.
Former UK CEO is leaving the insurer following global “simplification” of its operating model.
The insurer expects to raise around £213m from the London Stock Exchange float.
New report on the changing face of the hospitality sector.
A data company has stated that the tech firm is assembling an insurance team to disrupt the sector and is advertising for jobs.
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Regulator aims to ensure the wholesale market "fosters innovation and competition".
Regulator issues alert to principals after finding that some fail to undertake sufficient due diligence on ARs.
Insurer says restructure in Chesterfield call centre is due to falling claims frequencies.
Private equity firm to provide capital for growth plans including acquisitions.
The scheme will see trainees attend seminars in Paris along with the winner of Broker Apprentice.
Reports suggest that the Bank of England believes that many London roles could go overseas if there is no Brexit trade agreement in place.