Ida Axling and Siân Barton take a look at this week’s headlines.
The product is designed to help customers understand their terrorism risk and will be distributed via brokers.
“Game changing” offering set to go live in mid-January.
Allianz head of engineering inspection Martin Ball on why brokers need to ensure that clients take engineering inspections seriously.
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Providers “hungry” for business.
Martin leaving for Zurich to become MD of UK retail business.
Regulator says it prefers the draft withdrawal agreement over no-deal Brexit after impact assessment.
Insurer to close online broker travel facility but keep schemes.
Consumer Intelligence research shows average premiums fell 0.4% to October 2018, but increases could be on the horizon.
The book will be put into run-off in January.
Regulator highlights 18% are cyber-related.
Portfolios put into run-off with Darag.
Martin set to join the provider as retail MD in 2019.
Geoff Jones, who helped turnaround RSA’s Ireland business, will lead the division which recently pulled out of a number of business lines.
Keith Gibbs to retire from the business.
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The Alzheimer’s Society has published a document for dementia-friendly insurance to help businesses support staff and customers with the condition.
The GRP-owned business becomes Camberford Underwriting and has designed its refreshed website to ensure simplicity and efficiency for broker partners.
The cover includes contents, business interruption, employers’ liability, public liability and legal expenses as standard.
Research by Ecclesiastical shows younger brokers and those working at larger national firms are most likely to be affected.
The product is available on Acturis and QBE’s FastFlow extranet.
Steve White warns that passporting will end.
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