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.
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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.
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The offering, targeted at SMEs, is the first in a planned series of fresh products.
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Policy covers small sailing boats, dinghies, motorboats and speedboats and is available for brokers to sell.
Solution is aimed at start-ups, new and established SMEs within the technology, IT and communications and medical technology market.
Policy includes traditional employer’s liability cover as well as a wellness, health and injury rehabilitation service.
The offering aims to keep brokers and their clients up-to-date with the changing risk landscape.
The company will make private hire vehicle insurance available through the Inshur app.
The insurer has announced that its new cyber insurance platform will launch on 1 June 2019.
It is the first on-demand product from the distributor and offers customers policies for between one hour and 30 days.