Insurance Age’s supplement published with September edition.
Brokers in the city tell reporter Emmanuel Kenning which lines of business are strongest locally.
Phillips on InsurTech, building the broker of tomorrow today and what comes next
The Carlyle Group becomes majority investor in claims firm.
Emmanuel Kenning looks at a lack of professionalism so eye watering and stupid that frankly it burns.
Regulator planning further work to check brokers are taking appropriate action.
Cutting the mustard: Known for its association with a fiery condiment, Delia and it’s historical insurance connections, Norwich is growing and, as the city’s brokers tell Insurance Age, the future is bright
Beales leaves the insurer with immediate effect.
MGAs have come in for criticism, but the best operators are fast moving, entrepreneurial, specialised and focused, explains Gary Humphreys
Broker has already struck two deals since being bought by Broker Network this January.
John Radford’s £468,600 fine also confirmed.
Is personal lines broking dead? That’s news to the brokers who are using tech innovation and new business models to stay on top. Martin Friel reports
Tony Tarquini of Pegasystems shares his view on how AI is changing insurance as well as the opportunities and potential pitfalls for brokers.
Test your knowledge of the week's news with our topical quiz.
Consultancy says Amazon’s capabilities position it best for a claims management role.
Survey shows dual pricing in home cover as some long term policyholders pay up to £105 more than new customers.
Ethics consultant Duncan Minty explores the issue of customer trust and pricing
Start-up says pay-as-you-go product allows couriers to automatically be insured for the time they work.
The ABI’s latest research on insurance fraud in the UK did not use the phrase “ghost broking” but it did reference a fraudster being jailed for selling fake motor insurance policies.
Aviva MD of UK intermediaries, Phil Bayles, says distribution costs need to improve in the sector but denies there is a commission problem following dispute with GRP.
CFO Richard Hoskins says focus is on "disciplined growth" and investing in digital initiatives.
Steve Treloar points to personal lines growth and highlights that the insurer has increased its number of broker partners as business moves between LV and Allianz.
Profit and COR deteriorates for H1 2018 but GWP increases to £827m amid transfer of business with Allianz.
The Financial Conduct Authority has approved Bunker as a non-executive director.