What were the most read articles in the first month of 2019?
HDI Global Specialty stopped providing capacity for the MGA, which lists Arron Banks' Eldon Insurance Services as a major shareholder, in February this year.
Blanc, whose Aviva appointment was also announced this week, has joined a specialist motor insurer to drive acquisitions and organic growth.
Provider promotes Stuart Danskin, who is tasked with leveraging regional broker relationships and deploying new products.
InsurTech Futures: Motorbike specialist says app will automate the customer onboarding process, enabling it to process higher customer numbers faster and at a lower cost.
Light and shade: Along with celebrating success, we mustn’t forget the darker side of 2019
The dealmaker: After taking over LV and the GI part of Legal & General, Allianz UK CEO Jon Dye explains why he believes the provider is number one in UK general insurance
Former Axa UK boss Blanc left Zurich after only nine months earlier this year.
By Sharon Bishop, of Close Brothers Premium Finance, on building personal lines broking success.
Siân Barton and Ida Axling discuss this week's most popular news stories, including a restructure at MS Amlin and redundancies at RSA.
Announcement from the market follows BBC reports of gunfire in the London Bridge area.
Fitch warns that the FCA's potential ban on dual pricing can lead to "significant strain" as it declares a negative outlook for UK home and motor insurers.
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Offering is targeting renewable energy companies that operate domestically and abroad.
The organisation was due to pay back a £240m+ loan at the start of December but has reached an agreement to restructure it.
Company must pay more than £108.6m to Qatar Re on 1 December and owes more than £240m in total.
Business will move forward in the UK under the Burns & Wilcox brand following the Barbican Protect buy.
Company warned that there is no end in sight to the recent rate hikes in the sector.
Move follows on from its decision to pull out of nine business lines and sees CEO Beale and chief underwriter Illingworth step down from their current roles.
The recent run of Gibraltar-based insurer insolvencies has made the headlines, but the low tax and light-touch regulations in the jurisdiction attract UK businesses and insurtech start-ups. Martin Friel investigates why brokers are still dealing with…
Marcus Campbell and Graham Briggs of DAC Beachcroft explain how brokers can weather the storm of a hardening market.
Research from Ecclesiastical shows that brokers working for national networks are significantly more likely to experience a mental health issue than brokers working for regional and provincial brokers.
Map ranks the severity of different industries’ exposures to business interruption, privacy, and cybercrime and includes a few examples of how these exposures can play out for various types of organisations.
Qlaims Insurance's chief development officer discusses how the new product can help brokers differentiate themselves and considers the possibility of expanding into personal lines.