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.
HNW specialist says the changes, which aim to reduce time when making a quote, were made in response to broker feedback.
The organisations have worked with the government to develop the guidance.
Brokers on the software house can now use the service in the event of an insurance dispute.
Policy is underwritten by Ageas and has been made available to the broker market.
The features have been added to the provider’s existing Security Incident Response product.
The technology is available on the escape of water and residential distressed risk schemes.
Package provides career ending injury cover to footballers and is available to brokers.
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.