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The organisation was due to pay back a £240m+ loan at the start of December but has reached an agreement to restructure it.
GI CEO Colm Holmes says the provider is targeting growth in SME and corporate and specialty and insists new strategy will not lead to more redundancies.
CEO also discusses Ardonagh’s latest set of financial results, organic growth and acquisition plans.
Insurers have promised to provide flexible working for staff and pledged to be inclusive about customers' financial lives.
Business posts rise in reported income to £505.4m, while loss increases to £67.7m as organic growth hits 4.6%.
The provider to the over-50s market has acquired a controlling stake in a price comparison website.
Provider reveals new organisational structure with five operating divisions.
The purchase of the cycle specialist takes the group's GWP up to £30m.
Michael Rea reveals how the HNW specialist has fitted into the business as deal takes Gallagher’s UK retail GWP to $2.5bn.
Insurance Age surveyed the state of the market and the results and expert analysis from IMAS are now available.
Data from SchemeServe has highlighted the best performing schemes in its inaugural Schemes Premium Index.
The provider will underwrite the Prestige Home and Ultra Home product lines.
Provider creates three new directors of distribution roles as it aims to grow in the broker and partnership channels.
Experts are concerned about the case's impact on the reputation of insurance. Nawaf Hasan has also requested an apology from Gallagher after "fat complicated arab" comments.
With capacity moving out of the market and the profile and expectations of clients shifting, brokers in the HNW sector face a challenge. Martin Friel reports
Provider exited the AA portfolio around 11 years ago shortly after buying its rival RAC.
Insurance Age gauged the mood of the broker market and found strong support for Markerstudy's future prospects.
GlobalData said growth was dependent on more households owning connected devices.
Merger includes Alpha Underwriting, Practice Cover, Intrinsia Brokers and Intrinsia Claims as business looks to £25m in GWP.
Insurance Age has launched the largest independent survey of general insurance brokers. Take part today.
Regulator detailed that the clone has set up its own phone number, email address and is using a different address to the real firm but the 'clone' has refuted the warning.
Following investment from Minority Venture Partners, the organisation is planning to do 75 deals in the next three years.
InsurTech Futures: Carnegie-Brown succeeds Nick Parker, who had been with the start-up broker since it launched.