MGA says ThreatInformer's data enrichment technology will help it improve key activities in the underwriting process.
Head Lines: The provider has produced a series of videos to help brokers manage stress.
The book of business will be transferred to N&G at renewal and NMU marine trade underwriters will move across as part of the deal.
The former A&A broker boss, who set up Insenture Underwriting last year, discusses his new venture alongside his son Lloyd Allen.
New offering is free for Bewica's brokers to use and assesses customers’ susceptibility to the top cyber risks that SMEs face including phishing attacks, password interception and website attacks.
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Provider said the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act means landlords now require cover for civil or criminal prosecution.
The search for a successor is underway.
Government body welcomes the FCA's proposition to ban dual pricing as it publishes update a year on from the Citizens Advice super-complaint.
Helene Madell will look after commercial risk solutions, health solutions, and affinity.
The Insurance Age Head Lines campaign has been developed to help build a better insurance workplace and encourage the c-suite to talk about their personal experiences.
Insurer says cyber attacks are increasing in frequency.
Group commercial director Gary Humphreys says MGA is in talks with two potential providers after it was asked by backer QIC to find alternative capacity for its commercial SME book.
Trading update reveals provider has restated its operating profit from £125m to £110m – a drop of 12%.
Motor MGA has reached its capacity limit with providers, according to a report.
Editor, Siân Barton, considers how the insurance space has launched into 2020 and looks back to a thread from 2019 that should be picked up again this year.
Organisation says indicative levy for general insurance distribution is £23m and publishes Plan and Budget for the next financial year as total levy goes up by £87m.
German MGA Getsafe, which offers digital contents insurance, was established two years ago.
Move comes as RSA restructures its UK business after creating a unified commercial division.
The Danish regulator says the unrated provider has “serious liquidity problems” as Gefion says it is in progressed discussions with potential capacity providers.
Offering is available for non-US domiciled firms and offers limits of $25m (£19m).
Hancock is set to step down in 2020 after three years at the insurance market.
Industry veteran Michael Sicsic partners with Governor Software to help brokers and insurers digitalise key compliance processes in a changing regulatory environment.
David Ashby Underwriting will service MS Amlin's livestock and bloodstock business as part of the agreement.