Ninety-three offices went live on the data platform, designed to increase broker visibility among insurers, last month.
Provider claims first to go live on the Acturis e-trading platform with stand-alone construction products available to brokers.
Brokers say internal hire is positive for Aviva's future and reflects how the insurer views the general insurance sector.
Move follows Pool Re’s extension of its cover to include non-damage business interruption.
He replaces Mark Wilson, who went on gardening leave in October last year.
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COR improved to 96.1%, while GWP fell.
Regulator clarifies rules around Gibraltar-based firms.
New CEO Scott Egan addresses criticism that RSA is tough to trade with and commits to making it easier for regional brokers to work with the insurer as the provider reports an underwriting loss of £106m in 2018.
The Irish office will be managed by the UK team and the move assists with potential issues arising from Brexit.
The regulator has issued the information for companies to use in the event of hard or soft Brexit and urged brokers to act “without delay”.
The Group lamented "poor results" in its commercial lines division as the company reported further underwriting losses in its UK business.
The policy is now accessible for brokers on the Powerplace and Mobius platforms.
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Product is backed by Munich Re and designed for businesses of all sizes.
Software house's customers will have access to platform aiming to disrupt price comparison websites.
Penny James, CFO at the insurer is set to take the helm from 9 May this year.
Research is published just a day after a Go Compare study claimed customers are caught in a £1.2bn auto-renewal “loyalty trap”.
Huw Evans described it as an act of economic and social self-harm and outlined potential damage to the insurance sector.
She takes over from Scott Egan, who moved into the UK & international CEO role following Steve Lewis' departure.
‘Wolf of Manchester’ case sees an employee and ex-employee of the insurer, along with two others who ran a claims management company, get suspended sentences for their roles in exploiting and selling customer data.
COR is 94.4% for the group but UK reports broker “indigestion” as the provider beds in new systems and admits changes had a knock-on effect on service. Plus insurer reveals Brexit costs.
COR also improved, while provider's insurance profit dipped slightly compared to 2017.
The country has adopted some special provisions in case of a no deal Brexit.