Broker trade body wants future government to promise that money raised from the increase in IPT remains earmarked for flood defence and resilience measures.
Liam Gray from Rainmaking Insurtech explains the opportunities that are emerging for insurers and brokers alike.
InsurTech Futures: The CEO anticipates that about 20% of Zego's business will be done through the newly-authorised carrier.
The document has been developed to help brokers recommend the right cyber cover for their clients.
Move is subject to regulatory approval and should see the former CEO of UK Insurance at Aviva take up the position in January 2020.
Insurer’s motor and home products will be available to brokers via eTrading platforms.
Motor income ticked upwards slightly but other non-life lines have fallen.
CEO Jon Dye said the business is "still in good shape" despite the slip in performance.
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Figures follow an effort to streamline the provider’s operations in the UK and Ireland.
Brokerbility’s Ashwin Mistry considers the dangers of going too far with the simplification of underwriting.
Provider also revealed that it spent £8m restructuring its UK business during Q3.
Regulator used a Dear CEO letter to raise concerns about whether staff feel able to speak up about poor practices and unidentified risks within their firms.
Data from SchemeServe has highlighted the best performing schemes in its inaugural Schemes Premium Index.
Insurance Cares: Signposting service for older customers has been renewed again following its launch more than six years ago.
Decision follows the body’s move from Aldermanbury and money raised will be donated to charity.
The provider will underwrite the Prestige Home and Ultra Home product lines.
Insurance Cares: You can still sign up to get involved in the day which comes as regulatory approval is sought for the first new Alzheimer’s Disease treatment in 15 years.
The Insurance Age team unpick the most popular news stories of the week, including the Gallagher/Ardonagh court case.
Aviva gets best overall satisfaction score, while RSA comes out on top when looking only at performance in accounts.
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Comparison site says young drivers aged 17 to 24 are most likely to fall victim to ghost broking.
Provider creates three new directors of distribution roles as it aims to grow in the broker and partnership channels.
Provider exited the AA portfolio around 11 years ago shortly after buying its rival RAC.