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The MGA, launched last year by former Sterling head Nicholas Cooper, has designed the cover for larger residential and commercial properties.
Trade body also predicts 2019/20 levies will be higher.
Broker Commercial & General has signed up to Iotatech’s pay-per-use platform.
Process piloted with 31 insurers is set to be made compulsory for all firms and most products.
Regulator proposing to extend pilot programme to all firms and to cover most general insurance products.
Trade body lists underwriting, service, claims and e-trading benefits for members.
The digital insurtech launched Aventus platform to brokers last year.
Association’s Premium Tracker says that actual cost of cover dropped despite an average rise in premium paid in Q4 last year compared to Q3.
Agreement to provide motor insurance products to Vauxhall's UK customers has been in place since 2011.
Provider adds roles and plans to move internal IT to Tata Consultancy Services.
Partnership extended for a further three years.
Business takes on £70m of Co-op’s debt in first buy since being bought by Qatar Re.
He stepped down as executive CEO of Brightside last July.
He joins as managing director.
Figures for Q4 2018 show 2.7% uptick.
Businesses also sign 13 year agreement for motor and home insurance distribution.
Analysis by The AA reveals quarterly and yearly increases.
Aviva's mid-market push comes under the microscope along with Brexit.
Danish provider declared bankrupt on 20 December 2018.
Verlingue explains the history of the family-owned French firm and shares his thoughts on buying during Brexit uncertainty, organic growth, servicing clients and heli-skiing.
Customers were urged to use emails during the issue.