Guide allows brokers to demonstrate how IP policies work in practice.
CPP Group takes on 160,000 policies from Business & Domestic Insurance Services.
The car manufacturer, which first revealed its intention to move into insurance in April, has launched a policy for Tesla owners in California.
Product now includes cover for animal by-product contamination in vegan and vegetarian food and protection against government plant suspension.
InsurTech Futures: Broker says the policy was developed following a survey which showed that millennials would be encouraged to buy travel insurance if it was more accessible.
The facility is designed to be used by customers and brokers.
The provider now works with LV, Axa, Ageas and RSA.
The cyber insurance battlefield is far from clear as the trade body calls on the ICO to make more breach data available publicly.
InsurTech Futures: Broker launches new contents policy which includes loyalty discounts.
InsurTech Futures: The MGA has also automated management liability policy wordings for some types of firms.
InsurTech Futures: Software house says product enables brokers to easier embed quote and bind functionality into a third party website.
The system is aimed at the broker market and has been designed to improve the online experience.
InsurTech Futures: Product will alert brokers and insurers to notable business changes that can impact pricing or risk selection.
The policy protects ideas, logos, designs and patents and provides business interruption and collateral protection.
The provider’s Rainbow suite of products is now available to brokers using the Acturis platform as the insurer commits to the broker channel.
InsurTech Futures: Epoq Legal has made the add-on, which is designed for SMEs, available across the broker market.
Home insurance provider will soon be targeting brokers too.
The proposition includes a cyber incident response plan builder.
Seaway Insurance Consultants' Chris Howell reviews Cavere's Residential & Contents Insurance product
MGA says policy was developed in response to broker feedback.
The motor insurer will offer bespoke horsebox cover using ERS eTrade.
Cover is available on both a stand-alone and add-on basis for UK businesses.
InsurTech start-up FloodFlash says it is looking to work with more brokers.
Firm says new solution will help brokers better understand risks and spot opportunities.