MD Dawn Derbyshire says the pandemic has given brokers time to think about going out on their own as the AR network strives to update its model to include directly authorised firms.
Managing director of Ten Insurance Dawn Derbyshire opens up about the experience of adapting to the changes wrought by a brain injury
The July issue of Insurance Age is available via digital platforms only due to Covid-19.
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.
2018 results reveal a rise in turnover but a fall in profit at the AR network.
Sharp, the last of the AR network's founders remaining in an executive position, will be succeeded by Dawn Derbyshire.
Insurance Age takes a look at the recent spate of cloned firms targeting the industry as experts urge brokers to be vigilant.
Find out who is in the running to win a trophy at The Brewery on 13 September.
James Noble, managing director of My First UK, tells us about the challenges and rewards of creating a new broking business.
As the CII ponders the future of Chartered status, an Insurance Age poll reveals what consumers think of it
The network posted an operating profit of £316,000 for the full year 2017 as business pushes on with move to Acturis.
The discussion on what brokers must do to meet GDPR is now available to stream.
Network hires Carl Jones as head of personal lines.
The winner will be unveiled at the UK Broker Awards in September.
The Ten Insurance director reveals his Christmas favourites.
Alistair Body switches appointed representative networks.
Body has been with the network since February 2015.
James Sharp argues that insurance broker ARs should get a new name following the FCA review.
Biba boss highlights that with an appointed rep a firm “is lending its regulatory permission to someone else and with that lending its name”.
Bradshaw was previously CEO of the IIB and also worked with Biba.
Network also adds Ray Heap as broker development manager.
Network says income from commission and fees has increased to £9.5m.
New offering set to start trading in January 2016.
Insurance Age caught up with Ten Insurance director James Sharp, ahead of the Biba conference in Manchester.