Simply Business CEO previously slammed “poor” products when explaining why the firm does not sell the cover.
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But the provider, which recently announced a restructure, revealed falling GWP for the first nine months of 2018.
Provider pulls out of international construction, international freight and fixed price marine protection and indemnity business and is consulting with staff members about redundancies.
Axa and RSA take joint second place.
New offering applies to claims relating to directors & officers’ liability and company legal liability.
Lucy Clarke to be president of new combined unit when takeover completes.
Provider says its International Programmes can help brokers and consumers with advice on issues including tax, regulation, claims and underwriting.
Decision comes after two of the firm's major creditors did not support voluntary administration.
Broker partners with the organisation which is supported by Sam Allardyce, Sol Campbell, Chubby Chandler, Lawrence Dallaglio, Adrian Morley, Chris Sheasby and Michael Vaughan.
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Michael Rea reveals that a number of buys have been lined up for 2019.
The Insurance Age team chat about the most popular stories of this week including potential deals and fines as well as "poor" cyber products.
Property claims are increasing as Allianz warns that theft is on the up and calls on brokers to carefully communicate with customers and make use of risk management services.
The 2018 supplement is now up, including expert analysis of the state of the broker market.
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The Q3 results reflect impact of joint venture with LV as commercial lines remains stable and personal lines boosts performance.
The move could affect 20 staff as the broker creates new regional office in Ipswich for its Feering and Ipswich teams.
New UK CEO David Summers on Simply Business’ strategy, being owned by Travelers and why the broker doesn’t sell cyber insurance.
Insurance Age and Axa release the second in a series of whitepapers to help brokers and MGAs launch schemes and delegated authorities.
The Day sees insurance CEOs go back to the floor as the sector unites to raise £25,000 for dementia research.
The $5.6bn takeover was unveiled in September.
The insurer's CIO faces the camera for the quick-fire quiz.
Regulator consulting on new rules requiring firms to write to consumers who have made unsuccessful PPI claims, telling them to complain again.