Software house says Tasker moved its retail broking business across during the Covid-19 lockdown, with part of its product distribution for the underwriting business set to follow later this year.
Software house has also seen a dip in operating profit as results reveal it paid £10.8m for Canadian business Zycomp Systems last July.
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Phil Barton, alongside Stuart Reid and Chris Jelf, has formed the broker from MRIB and Independents, La Playa, CGI and Versatile, with initial £25m investment from Capital Z.
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Updated: No interruptions to services are expected, but some staff are expected to remain at their offices.
Personal lines product, House Guard, is now available to users of the software house.
Product will be sold exclusively through Acturis, following CPP’s launch on the platform in October 2019.
Qomplx’s WonderCover product offers parametric cyber cover either as a standalone product or as an add-on.
Software provider promised the Wales-based broker long-term value and resiliency.
Endsleigh’s five-year contract with rival software provider SSP, signed in May 2018, is unaffected by the deal.
Qlaims Insurance's chief development officer discusses how the new product can help brokers differentiate themselves and considers the possibility of expanding into personal lines.
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Software house's deal to buy Add Value Assurances follows purchases in Canada, Germany and Denmark.
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.