Move reflects the extension of Article 50 and guidance remains the same despite the timeline change.
Claire Buck has been promoted to the position after joining the provider in 2004.
Insurance Cares: CEO Keith Richards reminds the market that understanding vulnerability is a long learning process.
Director general of the ABI, Huw Evans hopes that Johnson will implement an orderly Brexit and aid the industry by “improving the competitiveness of our tax and regulatory environment.”
Home insurance provider will soon be targeting brokers too.
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But provider also reveals 189% pre-tax profit jump as new head of broker relations, Lou Ann Layton, states there is “lots of room for growth in the brokerage community”.
Case against wholesale broker, which is in administration, related to the misuse of funds.
Insurance Cares: Watchdog says it will implement measures to ensure consumers are treated fairly.
Insurer to stop working with UK-based coverholder LeisureInsure from 1 August in a move which hits the Irish market.
The guidance modules will educate brokers on issues facing heritage properties.
The government hits back at criticism from the ABI pointing out a rate of between 0-1% was never guaranteed.
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Research shows brokers pay their non-executive directors 18% less than insurers do.
Collapsed Danish insurer's latent defect policyholders will now be covered by a new, solvent insurer.
Publication suggests that brokers who rely on their paperwork skills or only act as a go-between the client and underwriter will be challenged by AI solutions.
UPDATED: The association said the impact assessment is “misleading and disingenuous” in a letter to Lord Chancellor, David Gauke, following the announcement it would be set at -0.25%.
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Technical director Rob Smart warns of capacity issues in construction and urges brokers to get started early to avoid leaving companies without insurance.
CII urges insurers to act now as FCA says findings from GI market study into dual pricing will be published later this year.
Howden says current situation has put "incredible pressure" on the only compliant scheme available to customers.
The managing general underwriter, previously Bluefin Underwriting, is looking to develop more products and expand into new lines of business.
Fraudsters are claiming to sell attendee data from the Biba conference, but trade body confirms it has not had a data breach.
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