Research shows brokers are adapting to digital changes.
Average premium for a buildings policy same as beginning of 2011.
Reduction means insurance costs are now lower than a year ago.
Research reveals prices now lower than a year ago.
The Acturis stats show that brokers finished 2017 with their best quarter for over four years
Consolidator reveals rising revenue for the final quarter and full year.
Research by the AA finds yearly increases in buildings, contents and combined policies.
Figures reveal a 30% uplift on 2016.
Research finds that premiums actually fell in final quarter of the year.
The third quarter saw notable increases in the Acturis stats, both by size of average premium and the number of lines rising
The regulator paid other firms £647,651 in 2016/17 to conduct the survey.
Is the industry prepared for the onset of GDPR fines or a possible insurance premium tax rise? Brokers also reveal their attitude to consolidation and specialisms
Research by the AA shows first decline since Q1 2016.
Regulator publishes findings of its largest research pool with UK consumers.
Ups and downs in the Acturis Premium Index for the second quarter of 2017
The Acturis Premium Index for the first quarter of the year has once again painted a bleak picture of significantly decreasing commercial insurance premiums.
Discount rate cuts, regulation changes, FCA warnings and failing unrated providers were among the hot topics we quizzed brokers on in the latest Sentiment Survey.
Average increase for comprehensive motor cover was 12.9% over the past 12 months.
However premiums are set to go up and will also be hit by a 2% IPT increase from June this year.
Standards body says value-added services are key to broking’s success
Market’s COR deteriorates to 97.9% as GWP rises.
With wholesalers reporting increases in key measures across the board, the future looks bright for the sector
The end of 2016 was a near horror story for brokers
Brokers will be concerned that the now traditional third quarter falls in the Acturis Premium Index have happened again.