Broker CEO investigating funding options as he looks to double the business.
New development does not impact CBL Insurance Europe, which was stopped from writing new business earlier this week.
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Move follows the broker's purchase of Rupert Burgoyne earlier this week.
Broker to close 40 branches in latest restructure.
The CEO praised the impact of the business' commercial lines division and insisted the "excellent" results had no bearing on McCafferty’s exit.
Provider "not concerned" following £116m underwriting loss in 2017.
Group revenue, profit and average number of monthly visitors all increase.
Revenues also went up but underlying earnings fell.
Provider posts underwriting loss of £116m as COR deteriorates to 104.3% due to catastrophe losses.
Insurer urges government not to delay new Ogden legislation as it moves back into profit.
New group, part of the Fintech Delivery Panel, will focus on needs of InsurTech startups
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FCA figures show that cyber incidents reported by general insurance firms went up from 1 to 11 in just 12 months.
COR improves to 103.2% while GWP falls slightly to £1.36bn.
Company predicts drop in Ebitda for 2019 as it commits to £45m investment plan.
Ogden change cost reaches £80m at the insurer.
Revenues at the insurer tick up by 2%.
Broker to keep staff and premises as it rebrands as Hallam Burgoyne.
Watchdog believes accuracy of data submissions could be improved and costs reduced.
Trade body confirms extra £700m raised from 2016 IPT rise has boosted flood defences in Calder Valley, Leeds, York and Cumbria.
Brokers and partners told to inform policyholders.
The Innovation Foundry to focus on partnerships with InsurTech firms and assessing new ideas faster.