But the deal is still on hold as a November trial looms in the United States and the New Zealand Commerce Commission also raises competition concerns.
Data from Consumer Intelligence also suggested the FCA dual-pricing regulation would see the industry experience a hard market once more.
Linkscover provides insurance to many golf clubs in the UK.
The business suggested low claims frequency and unusually positive developments in the cost of bodily injury claims will boost its half year figures.
CEO Phil Barton reveals how the recent Kudos deal came about and discusses how the purchase of a loss adjuster will enhance the broker's client proposition.
The regulator says LBGI sent renewal communications including misleading language between 2009 and 2017.
Group CEO Nick Houghton discusses how the Bickley deal came about and reveals plans to acquire 10 to 15 more businesses in the next three to five years.
Rock will continue to be managed as a standalone business under the leadership of MD Antony Martin.
The trade body was forced to cancel its conference last year and make redundancies but said that due to managing funds “cautiously” it was able to return a small surplus.
The software house also revealed an increase in operating profit for the year.
The regulator is consulting on policy options to drive D&I in financial services as it warns lack of representation can “weaken the quality of decision-making”.
The watchdog said scammers were using the details of an authorised firm to defraud customers.
Seven people were arrested following the operation by City of London Police.
Simon Drew and Mark Wilding lift the lid on why they left Marsh Commercial to form a new venture supported by TL Dallas.
Ageas's Ant Middle and Adam Beckett discuss the provider's strategy change in response to shifts in customer behaviour, and the FCA's dual pricing ban, as the insurer aims to hit £1.5bn in GWP.
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The broker bought London-based ES Risks for an undisclosed sum.
The insurtech start-up was also ordered to provide information ahead of a trial later this year in a legal case that centres around Mulsanne accusing Marshmallow of stealing trade secrets.
Biba has stated that the scheme offers comprehensive cover, including unlimited buildings cover and £80,000 of contents cover with a single unspecified item limit of £5,000.
The Financial Conduct Authority has written to intermediaries to remind them it will fine businesses if misconduct occurs as it highlights key failings.
He replaces Steve Kingshott, who has taken on the Saga CEO position that Duggan vacated in 2020.
MD Paul Younger says Castle has further deals in the pipeline as it targets £10m in GWP.
Bickley Insurance, which is based in Surrey, has been purchased for an undisclosed sum.
Provider says the decision follows a shift in how customers want to interact with the business and that no broker-facing roles are affected.