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.
Janice Deakin to be in charge of Ardonagh’s personal lines business following £165m deal as Swinton hailed the "missing piece" in the group's personal lines offering.
Deal for personal lines specialist adds over one million customers to the group.
Andrew Felice, of Aviva, addresses some of the key issues in the personal lines schemes market.
Policy total nudges up for the first half of 2018.
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Brokers urged to stay on top of the issue with the right behaviours involving more than just box ticking.
Offering covers bicycle activity including road, mountain, competition and electric bikes.
CEO Tom Woolgrove, says not all functionality restored as he apologises to brokers and thanks them for their support.
Mallaby discusses Marsh’s takeover of JLT, cyber issues in the market and insurance fraud.
Services still not fully restored after company suffered cyber incident on Sunday.
Insurance Age returns to the city to quiz the insurance experts.
The software firm's commercial director faces a barrage of questions in the quick-fire tech minute.
Ifed says 17-24 year olds most likely to fall victim to fraudsters selling fake car insurance.