The MGA said it developed the proposition in anticipation of a spike in empty properties due to post-Covid disruption.
Beazley Digital was developed in response to growing demand for e-traded products from brokers and clients and will be led by COO Ian Fantozzi.
Provider to bring new capacity to the London Market at a time of "unprecedented upheaval" in the D&O sector, with the aim to reinvent the way the industry operates.
The proposition is also appropriate for MGAs and insurers and offers multi-line policy administration.
The proposition enables transfer of financial risk and is powered by AI data analysis.
The provider has also joined the panel of the analytics and telematics specialist.
Tigon focuses on travel and Covid-19 cancellation cover as Rock seeks to diversify.
The products are designed to protect producers against the risks that can cause films, TV and other forms of programming to be called off or delayed.
Simply Business has partnered with insurtech MGA Equipsme to allow its customers to directly purchase health insurance plans online for the first time.
MGA says cover will be triggered automatically in the event of a new lockdown of any duration, without the need for the broker to request it.
New offering, which is distributed via brokers, will see Inperio offer reduced premiums for firms using Thirdfort's digital ID platform, with the aim to cut the risk of identity fraud.
The proposition is designed for policyholders who transport hazardous goods.
MGA says new offering was developed in response to broker demand.
The policy extension includes cover for criminal risks including abductions and blackmail, political risks such as terrorist attacks and war as well as catastrophic risks.
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MGA says the new offering is part of its strategy to broaden its product suite for UK brokers, as it works towards its £1bn GWP target.
New offering pulls together data from multiple touchpoints, including quote, renewal and claims, to help brokers and providers build a comprehensive representation of their customer as well as find cross-selling opportunities.
A digital trading platform focusing on terrorism & sabotage has been developed for brokers.
The line is supported by capacity from Ergo UK Specialty which is part of Munich Re.
The proposition has been developed by By Miles founder, Callum Rimmer, for insurers and brokers to offer access to usage-based cover to the motor market.
Uinsure is seeking to grow broker distribution of home insurance products.
The capacity will provided over the next five years to cover hazardous industries and tanker transportation.
The product, which the broker claims is the first of its kind in the UK, is underwritten by Ageas and uses specialist smartphone telematics technology to record how users drive.
The business says the tool, which is targeted at brokers, insurers and MGAs, is designed for non-core business lines where a fully e-traded system would be too expensive.