Carrot moves another 9,000 clients to Aviva after Alpha collapse

A start stop switch

Telematics specialists had started process in March and Aviva stresses it is not targeting Alpha's book.

Carrot Insurance has replaced bankrupt Alpha Insurance with Aviva for affected policyholders, Insurance Age can reveal.

According to a market source the process for relevant customers actually began in March when Denmark-based unrated Alpha’s financial woes first came to light.

However, Insurance Age understands that the sudden nature of this week’s bankruptcy left approximately 9,000 policyholders in the lurch and yet to complete the switch.

The telematics firm, which has a

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