Insurance Age and Axa release the second in a series of whitepapers to help brokers and MGAs launch schemes and delegated authorities.
The second episode of our insightful documentary series with Axa, Scheme Smart, focuses on how to take a delegated authority to the next level.
Gary Dixon, of the Association of Independent Non Executive Directors, highlights why it is time to talk about the independent NED gap.
Insurance Age and Axa have release the first in a series of whitepapers to help brokers and MGAs launch schemes and delegated authorities.
Learn how to launch or further develop truly customer-focused schemes with our specialist webinar at 11am on 3rd October.
How can employers be more environmentally friendly in the workplace? Peter Done explains
In the culmination of the three part series the specialists run through what to do in the coming days, weeks, months and years now that GDPR is in place.
In the second of a three part series our experts tackle marketing under the new GDPR rules from phone calls and emails to the post.
Cheryl Martin, partner in the insurance advisory cyber and GDPR practice at EY and Branko Bjelobaba, founder of consultancy firm Branko Limited, share their knowledge on how the new regulations came about.
Peninsula founder and group managing director Peter Done explains what small business owners must do to develop and inspire their staff
Randell to take up role on 1 April.
How can businesses handle relocation with their employees? Peter Done explains how to orchestrate a successful office move
Due diligence, Brexit, training, professionalism, and lobbying are key focuses for the Association’s future.
Firms claim Crusader offering will “revolutionise” insurance and commercial dispute resolution.
The insurance sector has been slow to adopt the digital age, says Colin Dean, but that is changing fast
The old school approach: Knightsure director Tony Knight prides himself on his old school, face-to-face approach, but is not afraid to take on new challenges such as cyber or how to thrive in the post-Brexit world
Brokers have a vital role to play in spreading the word about the importance of cyber cover for businesses of all sizes, explains Steve Williams
Renovations and extensions may add thousands to a house’s value, but they might not be covered by existing insurance, explains Tim Slattery
Luker Rowe managing director Chris Luker details the broker’s family origins and explains its commitment to dealing with clients face to face
Brokers are confident they will weather the storms presented by more consolidation, uncertainty over the EU referendum, the rise of cyber insurance and an increasingly litigious market place
Compliance with auto-enrolment regulations shouldn’t be too taxing, it’s choosing the right workplace pension provider that brokers may need help with, explains Henry Tapper
Tim Wright explains how different outsourcing models have their own challenges and advantages
In the first of a new series Insurance Age tackles the challenges of starting up a new broker business by interviewing the people running firms that have received FCA authorisation within the past 12 months
Cloud computing services could make coping with the regulatory burden easier for brokers, says Theo Duchen