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.
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The broker is to buy Ingenie from Watchstone Group as it moves forward with plan to develop its technological capability.
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He joined in 2019 as corporate development and strategy director.
The platform enables brokers to offer clients a digital quote and buy experience.
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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.
Centerbridge and Platinum Equity have pulled out of discussions "by mutual agreement" as AA continues to explore options including an equity raise.
The sale of A-Plan to Howden is believed to be valued at up to £700m.
Experts predict the regulator's proposals to ban dual pricing will have "unintended consequences" and lead to reduced competition for new business, but agree the measures are a positive outcome for consumers.
Carl Shuker will continue to lead the personal lines specialist.
The travel provider has settled with the national paper over “untrue” allegations it published in November 2018.
Government body says Ardonagh and Bennetts have five working days to address the CMA’s concerns, after it found that the merged company would face “only little competition” from other much smaller motorcycle insurance specialists.
CEO Jacquie Boast says the business uncovered fraudulent behaviour at Fresh, which it bought in 2018, while undertaking its recent change programme and has filed a high court claim for up to £25m.
The changes follow redundancies and the consolidation of some centres following the promotion of Jacquie Boast to CEO in early 2020.
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