Marine specialists expect to find replacement cover in the short-term, but predict that more market hardening is on the way.
MUM's Sachin Gupta predicts a rocky road for professional indemnity insurance.
Decision could result in a small number of redundancies as the insurer pointed to pressure and low margins in the sector.
Create Insurance provides cover for freelancers, with GI policies underwritten by Hiscox.
Barnes Commercial Insurance Broker has been set up by the firm as a separate business to focus on medium-sized SMEs and professions.
Gefion has disagreed with the decision, as the regulator points to issues with one of the provider's reinsurance contracts.
Provider specialises in insurance for food and hospitality businesses.
Ben Davis of Digital Risks examines how insurers and brokers can survive in the ‘new normal’ of significant and frequent climate-related losses.
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He founded Vantage in 1999 but retired on 1 January this year.
James Packer will look after Scottish business that Brunel had placed with its southern offices.
The watchdog wants to use automation to deepen understanding of markets but has been warned against developing an over-simplified view of the market.
Ethos-owned broker has now made ten deals in the last three years.
The broking firm renamed its corporate and private clients division as Tysers last July.
The former Axa UK boss has joined claims insurtech RightIndem as non-executive chair of the board.
CEO Chris Rolland had warned commentators of short-term disruption back in 2018.
Not addressing non-financial misconduct may lead managers to fail the SM&CR.
Insurance Age meets the managing director of Artemis Insurance Brokers.
The proposition is aimed at small and medium sized business.
Neon's parent company American Financial Group has decided to exit the Lloyd's market.
Deal to purchase parent company Risk Transfer Group has now completed.
The Danish provider has complied with the order from a regulator to have liquid assets of at least €5m by the end of 2019, after further investment from shareholders.
CEO Paul Moors says Bollington is set to make more deals in 2020, with a focus on niche players or brokers that complement its existing business strategy.
Firm is backed by Zurich, where Blanc spent nine months as CEO EMEA.