Partners& has launched a cyber risk management offering in collaboration with a trio of sector specialists CFC underwriting, CPP Group and Mitigate Cyber.
Harbour Underwriting launches After the Event (ATE) commercial dispute insurance to the broker space.
The cover has been developed for the UK regional market.
Offering was designed exclusively for fleets and single vessels operating throughout inland and coastal waters of the UK and Western Europe.
The product is available to UK brokers and aimed at SMEs and the self-employed.
The product has been tailored to meet the needs of motor garages and farms.
The move adds loss adjuster support for commercial property clients with the universal platform and the provider said quotes are generated in three minutes.
Provider says Liberty Virtual Rooms will help it build relationships with brokers and was launched in response to the decline in face-to-face meetings as a result of the pandemic.
The cover protects buyers from intellectual property infringement during the deal process.
The Hannover Re-owned provider has joined CDL’s insurer hosted pricing platform Proteus.
The portal gives brokers access to a suite of information on cyber risk.
Norwegian-based insurtech start-up Cloud Insurance has opened a UK office and is targeting brokers, MGAs and insurers working in niche sectors such pet and health/well-being.
The platform enables brokers to offer clients a digital quote and buy experience.
The provider is backed by insurer NPA Insurance and offers PI and property cover.
NMU’s Matt Drinkwater discusses the increased threat of cyber-crime amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Pinpoint underwriting team will move across to MUM with immediate effect.
Digital Risk Engineer uses Internet of Things devices to monitor and capture information about buildings.
Insurtech FloodFlash has launched a new iteration of its parametric commercial flood insurance designed to support risks and portfolios where the flood premium is between £20,000 and £1m annually.
Biba says the scheme, which is underwritten by A+ rated capacity, will allow its members to easily access cover for small businesses, global operators and large fleets.
The product is underwritten by Axa and the wholesale broker says it has removed “non-essential” cover in order to offer a more affordable option.
Provider says offering notifies policyholders of critical, time-sensitive threats and vulnerabilities in real-time, leveraging its proprietary data enrichment platform.
The new offering is available to brokers and Stoneways stated that the policy includes covers such as non-medical repatriation and mental health support for those onboard.
Product now includes a 'dark web' monitoring and ID theft restoration service, which the provider says will "enable brokers to build a truly unique proposition".
The platform has been designed to help brokers and their clients manage strategic and operational risk as schools re-open amid the Covid-19 pandemic.