Mike Keating reflects on how brokers can get the best from their relationships with MGAs.
Ardonagh Advisory lead Rob Worrell shares his view on how the biggest demographic in broking – middle-aged white men – can support the diversity & inclusion agenda.
Errars’ Jeremy Keating considers how the latest government census will impact insurance and asks how brokers can create opportunity from the gathered data.
Tim Belson, of Prestige Valuations, says the skyrocketing value of some luxury watches can cause a problem for insurance brokers but solutions are at hand to keep cover at the right amount.
Todd Davison, managing director of Purbeck Personal Guarantee Insurance, assesses a particular challenge facing brokers and the solution available as the solicitors professional indemnity insurance renewal season fast approaches.
Peter Robinson of Prizm Solutions considers the impact of professionalism on the debate.
Specialist Risk Group’s Warren Downey considers how leaders need to adapt to ensure happy and healthy teams
Hubb’s Ed Halsey considers how providers and brokers can repair its reputation in the SME space.
Former FCA insider Michael Sicsic considers how regulatory reform will hit the broker market
David Sparkes, head of compliance and training at Biba, explains why 2022 will be a year where brokers must wrangle a number of sizeable regulatory beasts.
Momentum's Howard Pepper discusses what the FCA's AR consultation means for the broking sector.
Aviva’s Gareth Hemming considers how the next 12 months will pan out for the UK broker community.
Stuart Goldsmith reflects on the broker benefits of understanding customer data and explains why truly knowing the customer is business critical.
Allianz's Helen Bryant considers how businesses have developed during Covid-19 and outlines key ways their insurance needs may have changed.
Adrian Saunders, commercial director at Ecclesiastical Insurance, shares his predictions for the broker market in 2022.
Peter Davis, head of customer and distribution at Zurich UK, shares his predictions for the year ahead.
Aviva's chief distribution officer shares his insight on the challenges of the past 12 months and looks ahead to what 2022 might hold for the sector.
James Breese, senior associate at Fenchurch Law, lists the Covid-19 court cases that impacted the insurance industry in 2021 and discusses what lies ahead in 2022.
Mark Pierce, of Criterion, walks through how brokers can work with adjusters to help HNW clients post-storm damage.
Michael Samaan of Plexus law gets to grips with recent changes.
Keoghs's Chris Green on why brokers need to be prepared for an influx in employers' and public liability claims as the leisure and hospitality sector deals with challenges arising from Omicron developments.
Allianz's Simon McGinn on business interruption, broker relationships and sustainability.
Atlanta's Karen Hogg explains how using plain numbers can improve customer care.
PKF Littlejohn’s Richard Willshire explores how Financial Conduct Authority rules could impact on home and hybrid working