MGA says package allows organisers to protect the financial investment of their event.
Staveley Head, which was mainly backed by unrated provider Gefion, advertised major composites on its website. Most of these confirmed only a handful of policies with the broker.
Tim James, CEO at Ensurance UK, explains why the firm has opened its first office outside of London
Danish provider says it "takes issue" with claims that it had prematurely ended its contract with Staveley Head, causing the broker to go into administration.
CEO Andrew Horton says provider is committed to regional brokers through its Birmingham office despite recently pulling out of UK regional marine.
Research by Consumer Intelligence shows the average van premium has risen by 37.4% since April 2014.
Beales was formerly CEO at UK General but stepped down in 2018.
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There will be no change to EEA firms 'passporting' into the UK from tomorrow (31 January), but the temporary permissions regime will be used if the UK and EU fail to sign an agreement by 31 December 2020.
Insurer is set to open a new branch in an unidentified location, with staff also set to move to existing offices in York and Colchester. It confirmed no broker-facing roles are affected.
The insurer contacted thousands of customers mistakenly calling them ‘Michael’ - reports.
Provider states 60% of new customers are choosing its three-year fixed price product as it publishes trading update for the last six months.
The unrated provider was told to restate information in its annual report earlier this month.
Having stopped writing new business in 2017, the regulator estimates that only 117 claims are left to be settled.
Provider now covers intellectual property infringement and pre-claims assistance, as well as unlimited business interruption for firms up to £2m.
Angela Crawford-Ingle has joined the board of the Audit Committee as Bruce Carnegie-Brown says Lloyd’s is committed to encouraging an open culture.
NIG has also added two new products on SSP's commercial e-trading platform.
Provider partnered with HewardMills to develop the offering.