Our expert panel warns that brokers with EU trade who haven't acted already may have left it too late.
As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close Insurance Age asks what employers are doing for the people keeping the industry moving as they cope with Covid-19.
After Aon stated that 70% of its staff are expected to take reductions in salary as the business tackles the economic impact of the coronavirus, other UK brokers reveal a mixed approach to the situation.
But the consolidators say their models have not changed as a result of the coronavirus.
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Updated: The largest brokers in the UK revealed measures in place to protect staff and customers from coronavirus.
The organisation has purchased a Top 100 broker to strengthen its motor proposition.
As well as selling the benefits of cyber insurance to clients, brokers must show the way by being ready for any data breaches or cyber attacks. Sam Barrett reports
With Marsh merging its three networks under one banner and consolidation continuing to reduce the pool of potential broker members, Martin Friel investigates what the future holds for networks.
The broker is PIB's 26th deal and operates in the property, corporate, private clients and SME sectors.
Cyber liability has been added to the cover alongside a number of additional features.
Exclusive: Research from Mazars shows 83% of brokers feel that the current levels of consolidation are sustainable.
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Readers were most interested by closures at Swinton in August, as PIB announced its intention to seek a new investor by 2021.
Firm has provided a daily rate insurance product through PIB-owned Cooke & Mason since 2004.
Group will purchase CMR Insurance Services and Sue Smith Ltd subject to regulatory approval.
The organisation reported a loss in the year due to costs relating to the PIB deal but all other metrics showed growth.