Provider recently put 106 roles at risk.
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Saga reports “disappointing” retail broking results as it claims first with three year fixed pricing for insurance via direct channels, moves away from the focus on price and changes renewal pricing.
The property team is led by Damian Cannings and has been set up following feedback from brokers.
Provider says it aims to build stronger relationships with brokers and grow its commercial lines business.
Deal follows Arch's purchase of Ardonagh's commercial MGA businesses last year.
Pauline McNulty is part of the InsideOut LeaderBoard which is designed to help break down the stigma of mental ill-health in the workplace.
Insurer says it has also examined and improved all of its SME policies.
FSCS says the broker is "making progress" in finding replacement cover after unrated Danish insurer Alpha collapsed last year.
The commercial property MGA said the package of covers includes liabilities involved with irregular construction or unusual occupations.
MGA reveals it has also raised £16m to continue to make more acquisitions.
Product will provide brokers with access to prestige experts every step of the way.
Policies are aimed at UK companies with a turnover of up to £350m.
The MGA has also created a broking arm, Xenia Broking Group.
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Post-tax profit drops slightly as GWP remains flat at £210m.
The affinity speciality has bought both the firms which include the Insurance2Go and Better Buy Insurance brands.
ACSO says it aims to “de-toxify the so-called compensation culture”, with brokers reportedly being invited to join.
Market reveals a loss of £1.0bn and a COR of 104.5% for 2018 as Neal admits "performance is not of the standard we would expect" .
Ian Mason, of Gowling WLG, considers the impact of the compensation limit increase to £350,000.