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LV Broker's Michael Lawrence unveils some of the insurer's plans for the Biba conference in Manchester.
The technology is available on the escape of water and residential distressed risk schemes.
Ahead of Biba’s 2019 conference, which has mental health at the top of the agenda, Steve White considers how the broker sector can foster wellbeing for its workforce.
The amount is £16m more than the organisation forecast it would be back in January and relates partly to “continuing costs in some historic insurance failures”.
The policy offers specialist legal expenses cover and is backed by A-Rated capacity.
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Some alternative cover for Qudos’ motor, motor add-on and pet insurance policyholders is being offered through two unrated insurers.
CEO Steve White hopes for a domino effect as networks, including Una Alliance, consider adopting the template.
Compliance specialists say brokers need to look at the distribution chain and make sure they act in the best interest of the customer.
Alastair Blundell takes up the newly-created position of head of general insurance.
The scheme offers Waterlock technology and is supported by an app.
Regulator updates guidance in terms of travel insurance for individuals with pre-existing medical conditions.
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New research by Premium Credit reveals the insurance intermediary market anticipates consumers will use credit more this year when buying insurance.
The two firms hope the Broker Insights platform will help Biba's regional broker members to become more visible to insurers.
Insurance industry welcomes review into fairness and efficiency of IPT, but the ABI pledges to continue its campaign to keep the rate from increasing further.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has joined forces with InsurTech Worry+Peace to help brokers bolster their ability to trade digitally.
Loss assessor becomes associate member of the broker trade body.
Citizens Advice calls for dual pricing discussion to “begin from the assumption that pricing differences are unfair” at Parliamentary meeting of regulators and trade bodies.
The regulator said there was room for improvement and did not take action but expert suggests brokers expected the watchdog to intervene in what is seen as an “unbalanced market”.
However, the study into it did not identify “significant areas of harm” as Biba welcomes the final report.
The Counter Terrorism and Border Security Bill, which outlines how Pool Re can operate, received Royal Assent yesterday (13 February).
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