The Cirencester-headquartered business, which has 195 staff, will add to Adonagh's PMI proposition.
The consultancy has developed a niche risk and insurance adviser for property investors, developers and the construction sector.
Ryan's will become part of James Hallam as chairman Tim Ryan is set to exit.
Hayley Robinson will be heading off to Switzerland to start as group chief underwriting officer in June.
The provider has also released its Q1 results, revealing a combined operating ratio of 86%.
The regulator brought the case to provide clarity for policyholders on payment of business interruption claims arising from the pandemic and subsequent lockdown.
The facility, which was developed in response to changes in insurer appetite due to the pandemic, will connect brokers and MGAs looking for capacity for new or existing schemes to a panel of providers including Axa, Ecclesiastical, Hiscox, Arag, and Pen…
The Ardonagh-owned business, which includes Broker Network and Compass, says the new structure will help grow, protect and support members as they adapt to industry pressures.
The legal indemnity specialist, which had been working with around 80 brokers, says it has decided to revert to a sole focus on solicitors.
Mulsanne launched a case against the start-up in March this year and is seeking to claim £39m in damages.
Biba's Steve White says trade body will provide assistance if members ask for it, but a charter similar to the one launched by the ABI is not on its agenda, while brokers say they are already embracing flexible working.
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The MGA has teamed up with Accredited to expand its home insurance offering.
Head Lines: The provider has developed a free tool that firms can use to identify and manage the mental health risks associated with their workforce.
James McCaffrey is to retire but will retain a non-executive interest in the Peter Cullum-owned insurance investor.
Staff costs made up most of the total spend as the FCA also reveals it received 101 responses to its consultation paper outlining proposed remedies, which included a ban on dual pricing practices.
It’s UK broker operation, Direct Insurance London Market, has been re-named Consilium as part of a business restructure as the group teases M&A plans.
The networks business has been rebranded to Hedron and will continue to be led by David Hopwood who has joined the GRP executive team.
Following Les Brewin’s comeback into the industry, Insurance Age looks into what his ambitions are for Cobra, how the network has been "reinvented" since being taken over by PIB, and what CEO Andy Tedstone has in mind for the company's future.
Keating discusses the business interruption test case and the FCA's £7.5m special levy to recover the costs as he urges brokers, MGAs and insurers to pull together and rebuild trust in the sector.
The move comes just eight months after he took the MD position and has resulted in a management reshuffle at the finance provider.
Court documents show the trial as to liability will take place this year after Mulsanne accused Marshmallow of stealing trade secrets.
The cover will be available to individuals in 92-lower income countries in case of serious adverse reaction to the jab.
The syndicate has planned gross premium of over £100m for its first year of trading and will be managed by Asta Managing Agency.