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Mark Richardson examines Intact's track record when it comes to integrating acquisitions and its approach to working with brokers.
Overall premiums remain flat after the provider continues to shrink its personal lines business, as Aviva also revises its expected impact from Covid-19 related claims to around £100m.
GoCo has been bought four years after its Esure de-merger.
An offer from Towerbrook and Warburg Pincus has been recommended to shareholders.
Why a robust complaints process from brokers and insurers could help restore trust in the home and motor markets following the dual pricing review.
The watchdog says the comparison website breached competition law by using clauses prohibiting home insurers to offer lower prices on other aggregator sites, resulting in higher premiums.
The business says it has a "robust forward-looking pipeline" after making five deals in Q3 2020.
MD Peter Goddard tells Insurance Age about the firm's mission to keep broking "at the heart of the community" and discusses its recent purchase of Townsends Insurance Brokers.
RSA board says it will recommend the £7.2bn deal to shareholders as Intact and Tryg take next step to buy and split the insurer.
The provider said Q3 numbers were “healthy” and reflected lower claims frequency and strong prior year releases.
If a firm offer is made Intact will buy RSA's Canadian and UK & International operations.
Swiss Re chief economist says the insurance industry is more resilient than expected, while the global economic outlook remains fragile.
The broker has purchased specialist marine pleasure craft insurance provider, Haven Knox-Johnston, for an undisclosed sum.
Some brokers expect potential deal to re-energise RSA, while others criticise the provider's "poor performance" and predict an uncertain future for its UK operations.
Two potential bidders are circling and proposing to split the provider.
The insurer stated that Canadian Intact Financial Corporation and Nordic insurer Tryg had approached the business.
Marshall Wooldridge, the Yorkshire hub business for Global Risk Partners, has acquired its second broker within a month following a swoop for Rotherham-based RIB Group.
The decision puts 16 people at risk of redundancy from the organisation which launched in January 2019.
The trade body said it was “impossible and unwise” to press ahead with an in person meeting for 2021 because of coronavirus.
The case relates to premiums of over £3.9m collected by the broker before the unrated Danish insurer failed in 2018.
Poor weather threatened revenues but the fall in claims due to lockdown has lowered costs, but analysis paints a stormy picture for 2021.
We've all see e-scooters whizzing along pathways and roads, and we've all heard about the potential for accidents. DWF's Nigel Teasdale digs in to the implications for brokers.
The good practice document highlights how insurance firms can help customers living with dementia.