Head of compliance and training David Sparkes says brokers who are compliant with current rules won't see many difficult changes.
Under the proposals almost all regulated firms, including brokers, will have to comply with the senior management and certification regime.
Product covers young drivers when they are driving a family member's car.
New offering to help brokers interact with customers through digital channels.
Trade body teams up with Insure Apps on new InsurTech offering with aim to reduce claims reporting time and costs.
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The aggregator sent 7.1m emails to customers who had opted out of receiving marketing correspondence via the web.
Winning team developed weather insurance platform for organisers of major outdoor events.
Regulator continues its consultation on how to implement the Insurance Distribution Directive.
Products include cover for airline failure, supplier failure and terrorism.
The FSCS has given 28,000 return of premium payments to former policyholders of Gable Insurance.
CEO Andy Fairchild outlines the network’s strategy and talks about acquisition plans and the growth of independent brokers.
The organisation said in its annual report that “more work needs to be done to improve access to Flood Re backed policies through insurance brokers”.
Experts say there is already potential for significant disruption by InsurTech in the personal lines market.
This week Call Connection, Ignition Select, PIB, Towergate and Brolly's Phoebe Hugh hit the headlines with administrations, deals, a rebrand and a warning that brokers could be cut out of the market.
MD Ian Gosden says more deals are in the pipeline with GRP backing.
Combined operating ratio remains flat at 90 percent.
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Insurance Age delves further into the insurance market in the region.
A-Plan was first to sign up when new service was launched.
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Around 70 people are understood to be facing redundancy at the Ipswich-based broker.
Pay-as-you-go broker targets drivers working for sharing economy companies.
Product is aimed at SMEs with average premium under £10,000.