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Van MGA Pukka Insure has added private car to its offering with capacity provided by QIC Europe.
LV’s Mike Crane stresses that recent regulatory focus is not all bad news for the enterprising broker.
Brokers must think about schemes that are value for money and sustainable in the long-term.
Insurer believes schemes can be used to tap new revenue streams.
The CII CEO urges brokers to focus on professionalism and look for talent in new areas.
Service, training, recruitment and learning from mistakes all come under the microscope.
The Times has reported that PM Theresa May has reached an agreement with the EU.
Chris Woolard on why the regulator felt it had to act.
Biba and the ABI welcome the FCA's move, agreeing with the regulator that the market needs to work as well as possible for all customers.
Regulator points to guiding principles from Biba and the ABI published in May this year.
Andrew Bailey sends pricing practices warning.
Provider to work with the MGA on property, casualty and motor trade products.
Chief executive highlights it will consider “all possible remedies” to make the market work for consumers.
Graeme Newman chats about cyber insurance, the benefits of being an MGA and the firm's strategy following its recent management buyout.
Insurer no longer sells mobile phone insurance to new customers.
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Watchdog hits insurer for failures in its oversight of mobile phone insurance claims and complaints handling.
Fraudster took out fake insurance policies just weeks after he was released from prison for scamming 150 drivers.
Provider is moving a number of roles from Brentwood and London to Swansea.
But industry pledges to keep campaigning to stop IPT from rising again.
Breitburd replaces Bertrand Poupart-Lafarge who was also interim CEO after Amanda Blanc left.