The chairman tells Insurance Age how the business has developed since its inception ten years ago and outlines its plans for growth.
CEO leaves as the insurer looks to new leadership in order to take the business to the “next level” in an “increasingly digital and data driven world”.
Company planning to launch with motor insurance in 2018.
Provider bought three quarters of the business in 2014.
But regulation around autonomous vehicles needs to change, says LMA's David Powell.
New leaders explain the insurer's format after Brendan McCafferty’s sudden departure.
Handover set to complete at end of March.
Business reveals wider restructure.
Current chairman Mike Fairey to retire.
Start-up's business model means the consumer makes payments at the end of the month, based on the cost of claims settled during that period.
Swinton’s Anne Kirk argues that helping customers get informed about insurance is the key to retention.
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Network hires Carl Jones as head of personal lines.
A frantic start to the year on the news front saw acquisitions, a familiar theme from 2017, continue to dominate. Miles Smith, Markerstudy and Endsleigh being sold to A-Plan dominated the list but there was still room for SSP’s outage costs to make an…
The personal support policy can be provided via brokers as part of a home insurance policy or as part of legal expenses cover.
The A-Plan CEO said the brokers complement each other and once the deal goes through A-Plan will have over £500m in GWP.
Broker to spend on advertising, staff, IT and potentially acquisitions after private equity-backed MBO deal.
Announcement made on 29 December 2017.
The deal was for an undisclosed sum and Endsleigh will continue to operate as a separate entity.
Deal backed by private equity firm Connection Capital.
Results show net written premiums ticking up by 3.6%.
Gross written premium and policy numbers stable at the broker.
Reaction to the government’s Ogden rate proposals, a broker start-up, Martin Oliver’s departure, ongoing consolidation and Aon buying Henderson topped the charts in October.
Broker reveals 12% rise in turnover for 2016/17.