The London Market organisation has published wording to ensure coverage continues beyond a specified renewal date as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Personal lines product, House Guard, is now available to users of the software house.
Exclusive: The MGA will launch its P&C product suite in early March, aiming to eventually target 21 industry sectors.
Product will be sold exclusively through Acturis, following CPP’s launch on the platform in October 2019.
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Qomplx’s WonderCover product offers parametric cyber cover either as a standalone product or as an add-on.
The InsurTech firm now provides quotes for categories including holiday homes, non-standard construction, listed buildings and homes subjected to previous subsidence and flooding.
Cyber liability has been added to the cover alongside a number of additional features.
MGA says package allows organisers to protect the financial investment of their event.
MGA has worked with Team Partnership to develop the offering.
Geo Underwriting’s FlexiLet home product will be available via Applied TAM and Applied Epic.
Provider now covers intellectual property infringement and pre-claims assistance, as well as unlimited business interruption for firms up to £2m.
NIG has also added two new products on SSP's commercial e-trading platform.
MGA says ThreatInformer's data enrichment technology will help it improve key activities in the underwriting process.
New offering is free for Bewica's brokers to use and assesses customers’ susceptibility to the top cyber risks that SMEs face including phishing attacks, password interception and website attacks.
Provider said the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act means landlords now require cover for civil or criminal prosecution.
Offering is available for non-US domiciled firms and offers limits of $25m (£19m).
The proposition is aimed at small and medium sized business.
Aviva's chief distribution officer promises the provider will not exit any business lines as it cuts the number of personal lines products down to 40 from 400.
The provider also works with LV, Axa, Ageas and RSA.
Product offers 24/7 advice, incident investigation and restoration services in the event of a cyber attack.
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InsurTech Futures: Start-up has also raised £15m, with Lloyd's of London chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown and JLT CEO Dominic Burke among the backers.
Offering is targeting renewable energy companies that operate domestically and abroad.