Panellists at the MGAA Conference note there is not enough data when it comes to insuring start-ups, and urge MGAs to embrace rate hardening.
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The motor insurer will offer bespoke horsebox cover using ERS eTrade.
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Former Axa boss resigns after only nine months as EMEA CEO at Zurich.
Cover is available on both a stand-alone and add-on basis for UK businesses.
Six percent of cyber incidents were reported by the general insurance and protection sector.
Regulator says the unrated Danish provider has a solvency ratio of 105% after assessment.
A survey by the organisations points toward M&A activity as the source of such positivity.
Body says new form will automatically calculate whether the applicant meets the criteria for staff.
Business says it can help an MGA to set up in about 10 weeks, guiding the process from initial contact to when the firm starts to underwrite.
Payments made to clients who had outstanding property damage claims at the time of the insurer’s collapse.
She will take on the post on 1 August.
Content director Jonathan Swift chaired an expert panel on the role of brokers in these areas.
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A total of 371,000 premiums were returned following the collapse of unrated Danish provider Alpha.
Conran has previously worked for Allianz and her appointment follows a number of changes in RSA's GRS division.
Consumer body's suggestion follows the super-complaint from Citizens Advice.
In a separate move members of the professional body also voted in favour of modernising its by-laws.
EY says Brexit preparations have slowed after the deadline for the UK to leave the EU was extended.
Insurer says Charity Risk Barometer will help brokers better understand the issues facing the sector and find solutions.
New initiative to focus on emerging risks, with underwriters from a range of different businesses taking part including Tokio Marine Kiln, Beazley and Hiscox.
Although brokers are not worried by the provider going into run-off, they have concerns over tightening capacity.
Chief executive John Neal revealed a suspension had been made as the market strives to crackdown on behaviour amid reports of a sexist culture at the organisation.