Ah, the pre-Budget blog. Where nothing is wrong and nothing is right because it’s all ifs, buts and maybes in the exciting game of “imagine if”.
The cost of insuring a home “remains remarkable value for money”.
Customers benefiting from 10% yearly fall.
The firm’s director stressed that he hoped the fraudsters are “prosecuted to the full extent of the law” now that the regulator is aware of the crime.
Lawrence reveals what he believes the customer of the future is going to want from their provider and broker.
Crane set to share his views on products, digital, strategies for success and more.
Broker joins forces with financial planners Cowens Financial Architects under the name Cowens Group.
CFO Scott Kennedy becomes CEO on interim basis.
The first episode of our revolutionary documentary series with Axa, Scheme Smart, explores how to get your delegated authority up and running.
Red Apple Finance aiming to “give control back to brokers”.
Insurer partners with MGA for classic, enthusiast, motorhome and specialist motor products.
Experts respond to the Citizens Advice super complaint.
Group’s revenue drops by 12%.
Still time to grab a free place at the revamped event.
Consolidator moved into Ebitdae profit in 2017.
Technology-based company has grown to £2.8m turnover since starting up in 2014.
Policy provides protection for buildings, works and contents.
The Information Commissioner’s Office punishes the provider after customer data ended up for sale on the dark web.
Jonathan Swift reflects on the long and bumpy road to an amicable divorce for Swinton and former owner Covéa.
Insurance Age's news editor and reporter discuss the top stories for the week commencing 24 September.
Regulator makes promise as Citizens Advice launches £4bn super-complaint.
The £165m price tag seen as fair after initial estimates went as high as £450m.
CEO says Swinton deal took a year to complete as Ardonagh confirms that Autonet MD Ian Donaldson has been involved in negotiations.
Personal lines broker being sold to Ardonagh for £165m.