Peter Staddon was appointed as the organisation’s first MD in 2013.
Peter Staddon, managing director of the MGAA, discusses the potential partnerships between brokers and MGAs.
Panellists at the MGAA Conference note there is not enough data when it comes to insuring start-ups, and urge MGAs to embrace rate hardening.
In a speech at the MGAA annual conference, CEO John Neal declared “whatever we’re doing isn’t enough”.
Keep up to date with who is where in the world of insurance with our live updates.
Chair James Gerry says transparency and communication critical to the future success of MGAs.
Relative ease of setting up MGAs and promoting choice in market cited as reasons for increase
Manchester Underwriting Management CEO joins the board of the Managing General Agents' Association.
Peter Staddon, managing director of the Managing General Agents' Association, calls for clear structures around business responsibilities.
Sector urges intermediaries to keep accurate records following FCA review and calls for further work ahead of Solvency II.
The MGA plans to expand the number of lines it writes.
Century Underwriting becomes the latest organisation to join the association.
Survey finds flexible business models cited as the top reason for success.
Increase shows growth of managing general agent market says MGAA chair Reg Brown.
Trade body's MD says new member is "testament" to quality of organisation.
Industry body conducted research with partner Castel.
New recruit to develop broker’s start-up MGA.
Trade body also names chairman Reg Brown as honorary life member.
Current board confirms willingness to stand for re-election.
The Managing General Agents' Association (MGAA) has appointed Peter Staddon as its first managing director, effective from 1 November.
UK General chief executive Peter Hubbard has been named on the board of directors of The Managing General Agents' Association (MGAA).
Gallagher London has been named a preferred provider of professional indemnity (PI) insurance by the Managing General Agents’ Association (MGAA).
The soft market has seen insurers strike up relationships with MGAs but, with prices in some sectors increasing, MGAs could offer even more benefits, says Paul Upton