Wiser Academy CEO welcomes feedback and says changes will be implemented by the end of this month.
Brokers look at fixed pricing as research shows vulnerable customers affected more by loyalty penalty
The personal lines specialist has become the latest new member of Biba, after previously cancelling its membership of the trade body in 2016.
Company says it had believed the rate would end up between 0 and 1%, as Biba states move to -0.25% is "nowhere near enough".
Find out who is in the running to win a trophy at The Brewery on 13 September.
Broker boss wants IPT to become VAT as the industry responds to HMRC's consultation into how the IPT operates.
Experts say deal is "good fit", despite the possibility of it limiting choice in the market.
Could a torrent of news about redundancies, buys, partnerships and losses indicate big changes to come?
He stepped down as executive CEO of Brightside last July.
Ida Axling hosts the first show of 2019.
Boss Mark Bower-Dyke says results were impacted by poor market conditions and unrated insurers charging low prices.
New Kick-Start offering comes with 90% government funding.
But most brokers believe the insurer’s planned restructure is positive.
The software house has spear-headed the initiative to tackle quote manipulation and Brightside, Be Wiser, and Bedford Insurance have signed up.
CEO Mark Bower-Dyke said marketing and staffing spend had increased to counteract competition and fewer cars on the roads.
Volatility goes on despite plans to legislate on how rate is calculated
Square Mile Broking was crowned Broker of the Year as Coversure’s Mark Coverdale was awarded the Achievement in Broking trophy.
However, experts also see opportunities rising from the merger.
Chairman Mark Bower-Dyke recommends brokers to enter following Be Wiser's Training Award win at the 2016 UK Broker Awards.
Eight leading lights from the personal insurance world tell Ida Axling what challenges the market faces and where the opportunities can be found
The broker said staff numbers at the branch have gone from zero to 100 in its first year.
Insurer says move is not part of wider reorganisation.
Recruitment would take the broker to over 1,000 staff.
Brokers expect other insurers to enter race to buy RSA.