But personal lines revenues dip, while COR for the UK & Ireland business improves slightly.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift mulls whether insurance broking needs to go back to its beginnings to find the right blend for future success.
CEO Andy Watson says motor was the "star of the show" in 2018, comments on Brexit preparations and addresses potential redundancies in Stoke and Port Solent offices.
The provider said the offering has been designed to help brokers compete with direct writers with quote and bind taking less than two minutes.
COR improved to 96.8% for the year, but GWP fell across all of its divisions as results are announced amid business restructure.
Brokers in the Welsh capital talk to news editor Ida Axling about the local insurance market.
Service is aimed at clients with a private or commercial motor or motor fleet policy.
The over-50s travel specialist has opened new offices in Northampton as it looks to grow its workforce.
UK CEO Jon Dye pledges commitment to brokers as Brexit uncertainty impacts the market.
But GWP dipped slightly as personal lines business transferred to LV.
But research from the insurer shows that the number of brokers with succession plans in place has doubled since May 2018.
Event in Manchester on 15-16 May is themed as ‘Leading the Way’.
Could a torrent of news about redundancies, buys, partnerships and losses indicate big changes to come?
FSCS planning for £516m budget.
Business is made up of nine firms, one of which will be GRP's retail hub for North London and Essex.
Boss Matt Munro explains the broker’s success in using data to combat ghost broking and more.
Ida Axling and Emmanuel Kenning share their view on the news behind the top five headlines of the week.
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The MGA, launched last year by former Sterling head Nicholas Cooper, has designed the cover for larger residential and commercial properties.
Trade body also predicts 2019/20 levies will be higher.
Broker Commercial & General has signed up to Iotatech’s pay-per-use platform.
Process piloted with 31 insurers is set to be made compulsory for all firms and most products.
Regulator proposing to extend pilot programme to all firms and to cover most general insurance products.
Trade body lists underwriting, service, claims and e-trading benefits for members.