InsurTech Futures: Motorbike specialist says app will automate the customer onboarding process, enabling it to process higher customer numbers faster and at a lower cost.
The recent run of Gibraltar-based insurer insolvencies has made the headlines, but the low tax and light-touch regulations in the jurisdiction attract UK businesses and insurtech start-ups. Martin Friel investigates why brokers are still dealing with…
Phil Bunker, Michael Blaney, Julian Edwards, and Paul Cosh helped to raise an additional £1m of investment.
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Firm to stop trading in the country on 30 March.
Broker posted £6.7m turnover increase, pre-tax profit growth of £11.2m and noted it is awaiting the outcome of a tax dispute with HMRC.
Aon, MCE's HMRC dispute, FCA spending, Integro and Aston Scott were most read this week.
Tax issue flagged as being based upon an employee benefit trust.
Broker grew its headcount in 2015.
Broker reveals increase in turnover for 2014.
Directors confident in facing challenging year ahead.
MCE Insurance is to take on additional premises following the expansion of its sales force.
Summer is traditionally the time for going on holiday. The urban legend is that September follows as the month with the highest number of resignations. People coming back have reflected, probably on a beach, that they did not enjoy their job and become…
MCE Enterprise, a subsidiary of motorcycle broker MCE, has appointed Nick Elliman as managing director.
The family team in charge at MCE are channeling their boundless energy into a new network, writes Liz McMahon.
Mark Hodges’ move from Aviva to Towergate and his replacement by Trevor Matthews of Friends Life has been met with mixed reaction from brokers.
Motorcycle insurance specialist MCE has announced the completion of its latest white labelling deal.
Reduced insurer appetite in the personal lines market should serve as a timely reminder to brokers to avoid the pitfalls of placing all their eggs in one basket.
This year, most of the key players in technology were pleased with steady progress, keeping close to existing clients in a tough economic environment for brokers, writes Andrew Tjaardstra.
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The UK Broker Awards are open to intermediaries of all sizes. Martin Friel highlights the benefits of being shortlisted and offers tips on crafting that winning submission.
Brokers are more optimistic about the year ahead than they were about 2009, according to recent research into the predicted levels of IT spend
Martin Friel, editor of Insurance Age, gets the winning words from the best in the business