The insurer stated that Canadian Intact Financial Corporation and Nordic insurer Tryg had approached the business.
Marshall Wooldridge, the Yorkshire hub business for Global Risk Partners, has acquired its second broker within a month following a swoop for Rotherham-based RIB Group.
The decision puts 16 people at risk of redundancy from the organisation which launched in January 2019.
The trade body said it was “impossible and unwise” to press ahead with an in person meeting for 2021 because of coronavirus.
The case relates to premiums of over £3.9m collected by the broker before the unrated Danish insurer failed in 2018.
Poor weather threatened revenues but the fall in claims due to lockdown has lowered costs, but analysis paints a stormy picture for 2021.
We've all see e-scooters whizzing along pathways and roads, and we've all heard about the potential for accidents. DWF's Nigel Teasdale digs in to the implications for brokers.
The good practice document highlights how insurance firms can help customers living with dementia.
Standards manager Steve Waller discusses which issues are affecting the broking market at the moment and explains why the organisation wants brokers of all sizes to share their views.
Bartlett Group’s joint MDs tell Insurance Age about the history of the family business, plans for the future and what it felt like to win at the 2020 UK Broker Awards.
Exclusive: The industry-owned body says the standards that underpin question sets used to cater for customers’ insurances need to evolve to reflect changes in the way people live, work and travel.
CEO Ant Middle says now is the "right time" for Ageas to hand over its stake in the car and home insurance provider to Tesco Bank as it focuses on developing broker distribution.
Industry experts say Blanc's focus on core markets is good for brokers, as they note she is yet to make any big UK changes at the provider.
One hundred days into her role as group CEO at Aviva, what can we glean from Amanda Blanc's initial actions asks Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift.
The broker is to buy Ingenie from Watchstone Group as it moves forward with plan to develop its technological capability.
What next for Howden following the investment from HG and its buy of A-Plan? Insurance Age talks to key experts.
Covid-19 played havoc with the travel industry, but once the initial confusion passed, brokers found new ways keep people protected on their travels
He joined in 2019 as corporate development and strategy director.
The platform enables brokers to offer clients a digital quote and buy experience.
Brokers had to be flexible during lockdown as drivers looked to save costs on cars they weren’t using, but the industry has responded with innovative solutions, reports Sam Barrett
A jump start for motor: The motor market should look to emulate high net worth if it wants to improve the experience for customers, says John Sims
The five-year distribution deal builds on an existing relationship where Aviva underwrites motor policies for Prestige.
Ardonagh has proposed to reverse the deal and divest of the motor broker following the threat of an “expensive and burdensome” phase two competition probe.
The Towergate and Atlanta parent published results for the first six months of 2020 and reveals prices for Arachas and Bravo Group.