The high net worth (HNW) sector faces unique challenges as we come out of lockdowns. Mark Pierce explains what the future could hold for brokers
Firms invloved in M&A activity often don’t think of integrating the businesses until it’s too late, writes Specialist Risk Group’s Clare Lebecq
PKF Littlejohn’s, Chris Riley, runs the numbers ahead of the Autumn Budget.
FOIL’s Laurence Besemer explores the flood solutions designed to better model risk and help those in danger of this catastrophic peril.
CDL’s Nigel Phillips explores how machine learning is democratising business intelligence.
The confusion over business interruption during the pandemic has damaged the insurance industry. Branko Bjelobaba wonders if it can be undone
Brokers with ties to the community they work in are in a unique position to thrive after the rise of shopping local during the pandemic, says Richard Easterbrook
In his second article for Insurance Age, PKF Littlejohn tax partner, Howard Jones looks at the impact of Brexit on UK insurance.
Arc Legal's Tim Mullin discusses why the industry needs to reframe legal expenses insurance and explains what role brokers have to play to help customers.
Richard Toomey, of Lexis Nexis explains how data can help the industry to protect customers from the increased risk of flooding.
James Burgess, of trade credit specialist Atradius, explains how the sector has had to evolve to help clients throughout the Covid-19 crisis.
Gallagher Re’s Abbhi Bala outlines why the insurance space needs another organisation to promote diversity across the market.
Jackson Lee Underwriting's Dipesh Patel discusses how Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of using a broker and how brokers can help clients as international travel quotations pick up again.
Iprosurv's Rebecca Jones explains why drones can be a key tool in a broker's risk management and claims armoury.
Will you continue to wear a mask after July 19?
Brokers should consider how many businesses are bought and sold each year as the SME deal insurance space is valued at £1.5bn per year.
Following reports of a rise in the number of start-up brokers, Ida Axling says it is great to see that the entrepreneurial spirit remains strong in the broking sector.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme is unfair and discriminates against best practice says Mike Cranny
With the UK being an established hub for digital innovation, brokers have the opportunity to build new books of business, says Markel’s Mark Lowther
In Pride month, Sian Barton says it’s good to see some action that goes beyond slapping a rainbow flag on a logo as Zego announces a policy to help trans and non-binary staff in the business.
Open GI’s Simon Badley shares what brokers must consider in terms of technology as they move forward with M&A.
Benjamin Hindson and Nick Line on how to attract the insurance leaders of the future
James Sharp on why a proposed annual levy on ARs amounts to a tax on small brokers
Brokers are waiting to see what several high-profile moves at the big composites may mean for the sector