Archipelago, a personal lines managing general agent has been set up by former Aon-executives Richard Coleman and Angus Simpson.
GI CEO Steve Treloar said the business was working with 150 new broker partners and committed to further investment as 2018 results are published.
The tool, developed by Altus, enables firms to benchmark the work they are doing for vulnerable customers.
Following a consultation about the closures of Port Solent and Stoke-on-Trent centres Ageas expects 430 redundancies.
Report outlines the insurance risks for customers active in hosting AirBnb guests due to gaps in cover.
Phil Bayles and Rob Townened discuss the provider's UK results, new CEO Maurice Tulloch, and future plans for brokers.
The Competition & Markets Authority has set up a panel to explore how its recommendations are being implemented.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has joined forces with InsurTech Worry+Peace to help brokers bolster their ability to trade digitally.
Combined operating ratio remained flat at 93.8%.
Broker business NIG's GWP was flat, while the number of in-force policies grew.
Citizens Advice calls for dual pricing discussion to “begin from the assumption that pricing differences are unfair” at Parliamentary meeting of regulators and trade bodies.
CFO Richard Hoskins hails "solid results" despite competitive market and says broker will continue to invest in data and digital engagement.
New CEO Scott Egan addresses criticism that RSA is tough to trade with and commits to making it easier for regional brokers to work with the insurer as the provider reports an underwriting loss of £106m in 2018.
The Group lamented "poor results" in its commercial lines division as the company reported further underwriting losses in its UK business.
The motor broker has set up Stabilis in order to drive growth and is backed by A-rated Accredited Europe.
The travel broker has developed the guide for people with pre-existing medical conditions.
Research is published just a day after a Go Compare study claimed customers are caught in a £1.2bn auto-renewal “loyalty trap”.
CEO Bob Darling says people calling CISG 'Coversure' was "confusing" and notes the group's different businesses can now build their own identities.
COR is 94.4% for the group but UK reports broker “indigestion” as the provider beds in new systems and admits changes had a knock-on effect on service. Plus insurer reveals Brexit costs.
Dr John Mitchell speaks to Jonathan Swift about his venture Wessex Business Services, an insurance broker – although not in name - with quite a few interesting side lines from scented candles to hot desking spaces.
Insurance Age chats to brokers about the future for Cardiff.
But personal lines revenues dip, while COR for the UK & Ireland business improves slightly.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift mulls whether insurance broking needs to go back to its beginnings to find the right blend for future success.
CEO Andy Watson says motor was the "star of the show" in 2018, comments on Brexit preparations and addresses potential redundancies in Stoke and Port Solent offices.