Post-tax profit dips as investment continues.
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The Sunday Times led the way this weekend with the news that Allianz is surveying the insurer smorgasbord and keen to fill its plate.
MGA changes caused 2017 turnover and profit to shrink.
Emerald Life has set up the cover and says it is the first policy that does not require customers to declare HIV as a pre-existing condition.
Renewals were offered until 31 May 2018.
Derrick Potton, of Hiscox, calls for market wide correction to artificially low high net worth household rates.
Clive Jones, general manager at Car Insurance 4 u, says broker has had calls and emails from a number of potential clients who have been approached by the fraudsters.
UK rollout expected before the end of the year.
Group CEO Tim Johnson “delighted” with Lucas Fettes and double digit organic growth.
Insurer said changes in commercial and HNW would hit a “relatively small” number of people and stated there were no plans to scale back in these markets.
LDC has taken a minority shareholding in Right Choice and the money will be used to develop the broker’s technology and software platforms.
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The business has increased its spending pot as market speculation grows around its interest in Swinton.
Reports suggest that the tech giant has discussed how it could enter into the home insurance market.
Both organisations have previously run the rule over Swinton and could now bid.
Brokers speculate that a house specialising in “turnaround” could buy the broker which is believed to be on the market for £400m.
The provider has combined Markerstudy Ltd, Zenith Insurance Management and Zenith Marque Insurance positioning itself as the “largest MGA in the UK”.
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Premium finance firm says working in partnership has delivered better outcomes for customers.
Ombudsman gives update after highlighting growth in “black box” complaints in annual review.
But organisation warns over loyalty and telematics complaints.
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