RSA and Aviva were the talk of the town amongst brokers in June as rumours swirled that Allianz was targeting a big UK acquisition. Swinton's sale also caught brokers attention along with hack day, which explored what brokers should do to stave off a…
Sky News reveals disposal plans and £300m price tag.
2018 started off with a bang with FCA fines and some big ticket M&A involving Markerstudy and A-Plan.
Rumours of a sale to Markerstudy gather pace as reports suggest that the Co-op is looking to ensure majority of staff will remain based in Manchester.
The Insurance Age team chat about the most popular stories of this week including potential deals and fines as well as "poor" cyber products.
The insurer is believed to be on the market for £300m.
MGAs have come in for criticism, but the best operators are fast moving, entrepreneurial, specialised and focused, explains Gary Humphreys
Fiehn takes newly created role after joining the provider in 2011 as head of IT.
Former Markerstudy director and Brightside boss to join National Salvage.
Close Brothers to provide premium finance services to the broker.
Insurance Age’s editor and reporter get behind the headlines of the most read stories of this week.
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Both organisations have previously run the rule over Swinton and could now bid.
Insurer picked up car and bike policies.
The provider has combined Markerstudy Ltd, Zenith Insurance Management and Zenith Marque Insurance positioning itself as the “largest MGA in the UK”.
Last week Insurance Age exclusively revealed that Aviva has pulled GRP’s agency.
Broker says smartphone app will help customers find "better options" for cover using AI.
Qatar Reinsurance takeover confers an A-rating for the new MGA
A frantic start to the year on the news front saw acquisitions, a familiar theme from 2017, continue to dominate. Miles Smith, Markerstudy and Endsleigh being sold to A-Plan dominated the list but there was still room for SSP’s outage costs to make an…
Group to be an MGA and is looking to expand broking arm.
Deal expected to complete in first half of 2018.
Insurance Insider reveals possible deal for Gibraltar-based insurer.
As May rolled around our most read stories included an £800m debt offer, redundancies, rumoured deals and senior management departures.
Insurer says a total of 31 people have left the company as a result of a restructure in its Chesterfield office.