Business moves to the ICE Policy platform with plans to transfer its books of business over the next 18 months.
Michael Rea reveals how the HNW specialist has fitted into the business as deal takes Gallagher’s UK retail GWP to $2.5bn.
GlobalData said growth was dependent on more households owning connected devices.
Product is the first launched by CPP since it joined the insurance broker market.
The provider has added HSB Engineering’s offering to its portfolio.
The provider’s Rainbow suite of products is now available to brokers using the Acturis platform as the insurer commits to the broker channel.
The software house now has over 20,000 users.
Publication suggests that brokers who rely on their paperwork skills or only act as a go-between the client and underwriter will be challenged by AI solutions.
Move follows the software house's expansion into the German market.
Software house set to pursue more deals as document reveals it paid £3.5m for Surrey-based ICE InsureTech in November 2017.
The offering, targeted at SMEs, is the first in a planned series of fresh products.
Software house to provide technology solutions to MGAA members.
Brokers on the software house can now use the service in the event of an insurance dispute.
Package offers sudden and unforeseen damage cover as an additional option.
The native mobile application is free for Acturis brokers and available on Apple and Android systems.
Provider claims first to go live on the Acturis e-trading platform with stand-alone construction products available to brokers.
New backer replaces former investor Summit Partners and follows Insurance Age revealing last month that the software house was seeking fresh investment.
Software specialist seeking new minority PE backer.
Summit Partners invested in June 2010.
Performance breakdown shows improved retention and new business figures.
Verlingue bought ICB at the start of August.
The market has turned positive in all but one line, according to the latest set of Acturis stats
CEO says growth was driven by investment in specialist areas, as the firm continues to invest in IT and make acquisitions.
Co-CEO Theo Duchen comments on the software house's financial results for 2017 and potential acquisitions.