Exclusive: Insurance Tailors, based in Twickenham, has been purchased by the specialist broker’s parent firm for an undisclosed sum.
Challenging fourth quarter hits the provider as operating profit falls by 35% but CEO Dye remains upbeat.
Customers told to check the validity of their policy with their insurer.
CEO and co-founder, Tobias Taupitz, discusses the start-up's expansion plans, its "coup" to have Amanda Blanc join its board, and why he believes Laka's pooled payment calculation model should be used across the industry.
Effect of storms is feeding through into premium costs.
Provider posted rising revenues in both commercial and personal lines.
Ageas UK CEO, Andy Watson, discusses the issues impacting the provider's 2019 results and recent changes in its broker business.
CEO Andy Watson says results were driven by difficulties in the motor market.
Ardonagh’s Atlanta division has exchanged contracts to purchase the motorcycle specialist broker.
Solutions provider said Proficient will target personal lines firms and InsurTechs.
Exclusive: Research from Mazars shows 83% of brokers feel that the current levels of consolidation are sustainable.
Neil Galjaard, divisional managing director, and Nic Brown, sales and marketing director, tell Insurance Age why organisational restructures and sustainable pricing mean they welcome a hardening market.
Geo Underwriting’s FlexiLet home product will be available via Applied TAM and Applied Epic.
Smallholding and farm insurance specialist brings £5m of GWP and 20 staff to Aston Lark.
The former A&A broker boss, who set up Insenture Underwriting last year, discusses his new venture alongside his son Lloyd Allen.
Manifesto includes 37 commitments and 29 calls for action across nine key areas including regulation, broking challenges, Brexit, and transport.
InsurTech will be able to access the financial data of consenting customers.
Willis Towers Watson and Confused warn of future increases as they publish data for Q4 2019.
Trading update reveals provider has restated its operating profit from £125m to £110m – a drop of 12%.
Motor MGA has reached its capacity limit with providers, according to a report.
Matthew Howells and Peter Bownes-Johnson join the broker as partners.
Motor broker MCL relocates and registers Irish operation to Swords, Dublin to enable it to continue trading as normal following UK’s EU exit.
Barnes Commercial Insurance Broker has been set up by the firm as a separate business to focus on medium-sized SMEs and professions.
He founded Vantage in 1999 but retired on 1 January this year.