Consumer Intelligence CEO Ian Hughes points to opportunities for brokers as the industry deals with the "crack cocaine" of insurance, dual pricing.
Insurance Age’s largest broker survey will reveal average commission levels, broker opinion on consolidation and unrated insurers, and brokers' 2020 strategies.
Former head of GI at the FCA, Michael Sicsic, reflects on the regulator’s interim report into dual pricing.
Christopher Woolard outlined the findings of the regulator’s general market study into pricing and pledged to examine industry impact of the recommendations.
The sector has welcomed further consultation on the proposals which include a potential ban on dual pricing.
It is the sixth purchase for Greens since it became a Global Risk Partners hub in 2017.
The deal saw business from 26 Jelf branches move across to A-Plan.
The specialist jewellery broker says results were impacted by an exceptional cost of £289,000 but also highlights "good growth".
The broker, in association with former Top Gear presenters Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, has produced a survey highlighting the insurance dangers of test driving vehicles.
Insurance Cares: Helen Lord, director of the Vulnerability Registration Service, explains how the new register can benefit brokers and the wider insurance industry.
Aviva chief distribution officer, Phil Bayles, says new commercial lines structure will make it easier for brokers to know where to go.
Insurance business shows growth in number of policies in motor and home as broker division adds Aviva to panel.
Wentworth Hall Family Office chairman, Ian Morley, outlines the opportunities and challenges for brokers insuring family offices.
The Insurance Age team unpick the most recent and most popular stories.
Home and motor broker, Yoga, has been set up almost two years after Radford and One Call were fined for client money failings.
Report also found that only 14% of consumers use word of mouth when in the process of switching their insurance.
He reflects on 40 years in insurance ahead of his retirement as the insurer considers future of broker distribution director role.
Deal is subject to regulatory approval and will see Caunce O’Hara staff move over to the insurer.
Insurance Age has published the results of its annual study into the top 50 brokers in the personal lines market.
Insurance Cares: The Vulnerability Registration Service aims to protect people from financial hardship.
Anyone can sign up to the free four-week long online course and the body has developed an e-mentoring programme for members.
Purchase is the eighth the firm has made since it became an Ethos Broking regional partner in 2016.
CEO Brendan McCafferty says business is set to invest as it reports growth in adjusted Ebitda, broking revenue and GWP.
The personal lines specialist has become the latest new member of Biba, after previously cancelling its membership of the trade body in 2016.