In July, the market was shocked by the departure of Amanda Blanc from Zurich after only nine months in the CEO EMEA role.
CEO Jon Dye said the business is "still in good shape" despite the slip in performance.
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Data from the Financial Conduct Authority highlighted the most complained about providers and brokers.
Experts say the FCA should also consider value and quality of service, after the regulator hinted at a potential ban on dual pricing in its interim report.
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Insurance Age has published the results of its annual study into the top 50 brokers in the personal lines market.
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Insurers have revealed the impact from the change in the discount rate to -0.25%.
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The provider now works with LV, Axa, Ageas and RSA.
The CEO blamed Ogden for the increase as he pledged commitment to UK brokers and discussed the impact of the L&G deal following LV interim results.
The Allianz CEO points to 3.7% underlying business growth as he discusses the provider's half-year results and weighs in on the amended discount rate.
Purchasing the remaining stake in LV has impacted the provider’s half-year numbers.
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The Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary, David Gauke, eventually settled on a minus 0.25% Ogden rate.
Government has changed the rate from -0.75% to -0.25%, which is a smaller rise than what was generally expected.
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Phil Bunker, Michael Blaney, Julian Edwards, and Paul Cosh helped to raise an additional £1m of investment.
Allianz UK CEO Jon Dye says there are no redundancy plans following the insurer's purchase of L&G GI, with the process of moving business from L&G into LV expected to take around two years.
The UK CEO says brokers will remain Allianz's biggest distribution channel after the deal has been completed, as it also buys the remaining stake of LV with the intention of combining the two entities.
The insurer will fully own the LVGI business and has spent approximately £1.08bn on it since 2017.
Provider to combine the business with LV following the completion of the deal.