Ray Vincent’s software platform is keen to speak to brokers active in the gap and warranty space.
Insurer says policy will complement its legal expenses offering.
Firm says the platform will provide full-cycle functionality and a quick quote option.
The product will be sold by brokers and is aimed at supporting SMEs following a cyber event.
The policy offers specialist legal expenses cover and is backed by A-Rated capacity.
Martin Friel cuts through the noise to get to the truth about cyber.
Car company is reportedly set to unveil a "compelling" insurance policy next month.
The Smart Home offering for emerging wealth clients has been designed to help brokers compete with direct writers.
Package offers sudden and unforeseen damage cover as an additional option.
The incubator was launched in 2017 by Vibe UK Holdings.
Engineering specialist says four products will initially be available for brokers to quote and bind, as it plans to add more in the future.
Some alternative cover for Qudos’ motor, motor add-on and pet insurance policyholders is being offered through two unrated insurers.
Attacks increase on businesses with SMEs a target but more firms are now willing to consider cyber cover.
The scheme offers Waterlock technology and is supported by an app.
Mactavish report claims that insurance companies are reluctant to underwrite the risks in some sectors as market faces “unprecedented” tightening.
Cyber specialist managing general agent Bewica is targeting brokers with a suite of tools including risk assessment and reporting tool
Specialist provider has created a health and technology underwriting team to work on the policy.
The provider announced yesterday that it will offer three year fixed price insurance to customers as it seeks to increase loyalty and arrest profit downturn.
The commercial property MGA said the package of covers includes liabilities involved with irregular construction or unusual occupations.
Policies are aimed at UK companies with a turnover of up to £350m.
MGA says policy can offer over 500 trades, including builders and engineers, access to a wide range of covers.
ABI director general Huw Evans says Mactavish has “fundamentally misinterpreted” how cyber products are provided, after the insurance governance expert called on the industry for a guarantee that eight particular policy flaws won’t be used as reasons for…
Product will include business interruption and privacy related exposures that have resulted from a cyber attack.
The insurer has updated the policy to include standard cyber cover and cyber-crime and cyber online liability as additional covers.