MD Mike Latham still targeting £10m GWP by 2020.
CEO Robert Marshall says decision was made for financial reasons.
Jonathan Swift and Ida Axling discuss the stories behind the headlines of this week's most read.
Lloyd's insurer hit by reserve strengthening in its property division and lower investment returns.
Broker added £250,000 of GWP to portfolio.
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Biba calls for level playing field with direct insurers.
Our re-branded Sentiment Survey is seeking broker opinion and will help Insurance Age choose the winners of the very first Broker Choice Awards taking place at Expo in November.
Fraudster sentenced to a year in prison after stealing more than £10,000 from Aviva, RSA, Allianz, Direct Line and Axa.
Regulator says passporting issue needs to be solved.
Former CEO has no plans for what comes next after 44 years in insurance.
The standard agreement, which Biba said can save brokers up to 80 hours of work, can now be issued via the RegTech platform.
Ataraxia cites increased growth prospects and sale options for brokers as benefits of the deal.
New product is underwritten by Axa.
The regulator also issued a discussion paper on Duty of Care for firms when dealing with consumers.
MyFirstUK's managing director explains how the broker uses social media to engage with customers.
NWBIB is also set to go as the business brings majority of its brands under the One Broker umbrella.
Government pushes date back for “extensive testing”.
Chairman of Biba’s committee urges industry to back new offering.
Research from Startupbootcamp and PwC reveals rapid evolution in the InsurTech arena.
Trade body says new Toba will increase productivity and reduce business costs.
Charity specialist brings £1.5m of GWP to the broker.
Asplin has been a member since 1995.
Network currently in discussions with potential joiners.