On the 1st May Simon Cooter effectively handed over the commercial and high net worth director baton at Covea to Carolyn Callan and became in his words ‘minister without portfolio’. At last week’s British Insurance Brokers’ Association Conference…
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The founder of Sterling has re-entered the insurance market with the MGA which can insure projects for up to £150m.
Insurer says it overcame Ogden headwind and expects growth to continue with Sterling deal reflected in increased GWP.
Cover limits have been raised and new cover added to mid net worth offering in order to encompass home working.
Former managing director of Sterling came on board in 2006.
Former Sterling director of GI to be responsible for broker's Southampton and Torquay business.
Policy extends Sterling Executive product line.
Insurer appoints Craig Jones-Newey as regional manager for Midlands and the South West.
Craftcover.com will provide public and product liability for businesses making such items.
Insurer makes number of changes to its commercial lines and high net worth team.
High net worth and commercial insurer consulted 300 brokers about the product.
Change follows proposal to fully integrate the Sterling and Covéa businesses to create a bigger organisation.
Executive Living launch aimed at customers who are underinsured or not eligible for higher cover.
Michael Brooke joins from Broker Network where he was insurance relations manager for Towergate.
Offering comes with three new commercial e-trade products.
Regulator approves acquisition of high net worth provider.
The founder of Hughes Insurance was joined on the Queen's New Year's Honours List by Nicholas Cooper and Ashton West.
Agency expects the insurer to benefit from Covéa takeover.
Experts hopeful the deal will not have a detrimental impact.
John Blundell, Sterling MD, says move will help Sterling grow but does not expect special deals with Covéa-owned broker Swinton.
Claim follows news that Covéa is set to buy Sterling as the French insurer moves to grow outside of France.