Caroline King, of Pen Underwriting, on why providers can no longer be ‘monochrome’ in their approach to commercial premises.
Canadian insurer Intact is set to buy RSA's Canadian and UK & International operations in the second quarter of this year.
PKF Littlejohn's Chris Riley considers some of the wider implications of this week's Budget and flags that Capital Gains Tax remains a target despite staying unchanged for now.
The latest recruitment news from around the industry
Horton is set to become group CEO of QBE in Australia later this year as Beazley names chief underwriting officer, Adrian Cox, as his successor.
Stay up-to-date with the latest personnel changes in insurance.
What might the Budget have in store for brokers? Close Brothers’ Paul Trail considers the possibilities.
MD of UKGI, Richard Coleman, tells Insurance Age about the provider's plans to modernise its brand and discusses the business interruption test case and Ecclesiastical's approach to working with brokers.
In our continuing series, Beech Tree founder, Marsh talks through the investor’s interest in UK insurance distribution and its investment into managing general agent Avid Insurance.
With cyber attacks growing in frequency, alongside stricter data regulation, Alex Haynes of CDL explains how brokers can ensure they don’t become victims of cyber criminals.
Large swathes of the UK’s SME sector have been ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic, but many have also been able to adapt, survive and reshape with the support of their brokers, writes Tom Hill, Executive Director at Aqueous Underwriting.
Beazley Digital was developed in response to growing demand for e-traded products from brokers and clients and will be led by COO Ian Fantozzi.
Motor insurtech Abacai launches with backing from Complete Cover owner Sun Capital and sees Wilson take charge as CEO alongside a leadership team including two executives from CCG.
Stuart Kilpatrick, of Burns & Wilcox, a HW Kaufman company, considers how the tough market could evolve in a post-Covid world.
With the Budget looming, PKF Littlejohn’s tax lead, Chris Riley, gives Insurance Age readers a first look at his predictions and considers the tax threats to brokers including IPT, VAT, corporation tax and the EIS scheme.
Stay up-to-date with the latest personnel change in insurance.
CEO Steve Treloar explains the consultation process is now complete after the provider last year put up to 600 roles from across LV and L&G at risk as part of a restructure.
Gallagher’s Claire Davies considers how the industry can begin to attract school leavers and make insurance a career choice instead of a happy accident.
The takeover, which includes Marsh ProBroker, Bluefin Network and Purple Partnership, will see David Hopwood continue to lead the combined networks business as part of the GRP executive team, as group CEO Mike Bruce promises there will be no redundancies.
Louis Tucker takes on the role with immediate effect, moving across from parent company Arch Insurance International.
Sainty joins the International and Wholesale Brokers’ Advisory Board, which provides advice and counsel on matters affecting international and wholesale market brokers and acts as a sounding board to the main Biba board.
The move follows staff at the motor broker being put under consultation last week.
Managing director Richard Willis tells Ida Axling about the broker’s acquisition and growth plans and reveals the thinking behind launching a new MGA offering.
Managing General Agents Association CEO Mike Keating talks to Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift about the hot topics impacting his members and their broker partners.