He was CEO at the software house when it suffered a huge outage in 2016.
Freedom of Information request reveals a budget of nearly £2.5m.
MGA changes caused 2017 turnover and profit to shrink.
Emerald Life has set up the cover and says it is the first policy that does not require customers to declare HIV as a pre-existing condition.
Ex-broker turned MP commits to monitoring IPT spending and making sure the money goes towards flood defences.
Turnover hits £13.9m as the broker continues to find itself at the centre of sale rumours.
Experts say Chilton will leave the business in a good place and welcome incoming CEO Simon Matson.
Broker’s profits rise again this time by 23%.
Renewals were offered until 31 May 2018.
Group hit by loss of MGA capacity in November 2016.
The chairman reveals what it is like working with plain speaking Chily and discusses exciting times ahead at Gallagher with Matson.
Aviva and RSA saying nothing on rumours they are targets for Allianz as analyst says a big UK deal would make sense for the German insurer.
The software house is working with provider Northdoor to help brokers check if individuals or companies appear on sanctions lists.
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Group CEO Russell Lane says all parts of the group and its network of wholesale brokers now have full access to Lloyd's and bespoke solutions.
The move follows Aviva cancelling agency with all GRP brokers.
Global Allianz CEO, Oliver Bäte, is keen to make a large UK acquisition according to market rumours.
Clive Jones, general manager at Car Insurance 4 u, says broker has had calls and emails from a number of potential clients who have been approached by the fraudsters.
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ABI reveals that insurers got more than 40 claims a day.
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Regulator says scammers are giving out the details of Car Insurance 4 u to convince people they work for a genuine firm.
The remaining five defendants in the Das UK v Asplin trial did not take the stand, with lawyers instead reading character witnesses to the jury.