Policy is underwritten by Ageas and has been made available to the broker market.
Waite was previously at RSA and most recently CEO of Wonga. She is joined on the Ageas boards by Jeremy Hayes.
Provider says it aims to build stronger relationships with brokers and grow its commercial lines business.
Ida Axling and Siân Barton address the top news pieces over the past five days.
The arrangement extends the firms' existing partnership by five years.
Boisseau retired from Ageas in December last year and joins Angus Winther as a new NED on Ecclesiastical's board.
Following a consultation about the closures of Port Solent and Stoke-on-Trent centres Ageas expects 430 redundancies.
CEO Andy Watson says motor was the "star of the show" in 2018, comments on Brexit preparations and addresses potential redundancies in Stoke and Port Solent offices.
COR improved to 96.8% for the year, but GWP fell across all of its divisions as results are announced amid business restructure.
Price replaces Fernley Dyson who has moved across to Allianz.
Could a torrent of news about redundancies, buys, partnerships and losses indicate big changes to come?
The provider is set to shut Port Solent and Stoke-on-Trent operations.
The Insurance Age content director and editor tackle the headlines that got brokers clicking over the past five days.
Agreement to provide motor insurance products to Vauxhall's UK customers has been in place since 2011.
The insurer is closing offices in Port Solent and Stoke-on-Trent affecting 597 staff and is also looking to move and downsize its America Square, London operation.
Provider adds roles and plans to move internal IT to Tata Consultancy Services.
The move could affect up to 597 staff as the insurer notes that customers are increasingly buying through digital channels.
As the cold weather settled in brokers clicked on an unrated Danish insurer going bust, RSA redundancies and Brexit.
Sky News reveals disposal plans and £300m price tag.
As we moved into spring brokers were interested in the names of the top five most complained about insurers, Axa inking a $15bn deal with XL, the collapse of CBL and Alpha as well as mergers and acquisitions.
Brokers warned to prepare for prices to increase by 10%-15% as the provider’s departure causes “ripple effect”.
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