The provider's Syndicate 1856 is moving into business classes including D&F property, marine and energy liability, political risk, terror and war, cargo and specie and professional lines, following $350m capital injection.
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In an ongoing court battle Mulsanne claims Marshmallow has proposed to "dump" its clients in what the insurer brands a "potential serious regulatory breach".
The insurtech startup also reported doubling its revenue and GWP in its second year of trading.
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The report said the insurance sector could refocus its efforts towards building trust with its customers, particularly SMEs.
The organisation has also become a standalone underwriting cell within Castel.
The insurer trade body will commence its search for a replacement director general shortly as it reveals Evans will be joining KPMG in January 2022.
Data from Consumer Intelligence also shows that each time the UK has emerged from lockdown, prices have increased again.
The trade body previously partnered with DTW Syndicate 1991, which went into run-off at the end of last year, on the scheme.
The product offers cover for standard and non-standard risks for all types of properties and is now available to Open GI's broker customers.
The new office space will include features such as training zones, collaboration areas, as well as a broker zone for intermediaries to utilise when visiting.
Insurance Cares: Insurance Age meets Das UK's David Swigciski ahead of the Ride Across Britain challenge, where a team of ten insurance professionals will raise money for Insurance United Against Dementia and the Alzheimer’s Society.
Insurance Rebellion demands Lloyd's and other insurers to stop insuring coal mines and all fossil fuel projects, as day of action sees protesters gather outside of Lloyd's of London and in 12 other UK cities.
Aviva's Carolann Burrows outlines the risks arising in the cyber space and explains how insurers and brokers can help their clients.
In Business Continuity Week, Ecclesiastical's Sarah Pearson, considers developing business resilience.
Regulator proposes to enhance existing rules around treating customers fairly with the aim to drive a shift in culture and behaviour for firms.
There was still time for some recruitment news in the week the Biba conference took place.
CFC's Cyber Now product has been made available to brokers on the Acturis platform.
Panelists point to encouraging progress for diversity and inclusion in insurance.
Next year’s conference is set to take place at Manchester Central, restrictions permitting.
As the cost of PI soars, and insurers exit the market, Biba panellists call for brokers and insurers to collaborate to ensure customers get value.
The generational divide is a key finding of a survey which insurtech Getsafe conducted among 2,069 British citizens.
Specialist Risk Group (SRG), has announced the acquisition of specialist Irish liability and property MGA, Blackrock Insurance Solutions.