RAC's Ian Lloyd discusses why breakdown insurance remains relevant today despite improvements in automotive technology and what brokers need to think about when choosing products for their customers.
MGB's Nick Bender discusses what the recent implementation of PI rules for fire safety cover introduced by RICS mean for the insurance industry and why fire safety insurance cover is the biggest issue facing the construction PI market.
Aviva's chief sales and marketing officer Phil Bayles explains the impact of remote working during the Covid-19 pandemic and how brokers are seeking ways to best advise their clients in the new normal.
Aviva's interim managing director of commercial insurance, Nick Major, discusses three of the top ten risks facing UK businesses as outlined on Aviva's Risk Insights Report: business and supply chain interruption and loss of reputation and brand value.
Aviva's interim managing director of commercial insurance, Nick Major explains how cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent and how the insurance industry can protect businesses against these new risks.
Aviva's senior economist, Stewart Robertson, discusses how the impact of Brexit on the economic landscape and what the future might look like now we have left the European Union.
Aviva's UK wellbeing lead, Debbie Bullock, explains how remote working has brought employees' wellbeing to the forefront and why creating a positive workplace culture is key to improving wellbeing and business performance.
Aviva's director of commercial claims, Chris Hughes, discusses the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the claims landscape.
Q Underwriting managing director Stuart Webb talks about how the industry has changed in the past two years and the issues brokers are facing in the market today.
This special edition is brought to you by Insurance Age in association with NMU, HSB and Novidea and explores how technological innovation has, and will continue to be, a catalyst for change within the broker market.
Duncan Scott, head of underwriting operations for Q Underwriting's newly formed property and package division explains how its latest product can support brokers with larger complex and ‘hard to etrade’ risk.
Bernard Mageean, CEO of Q Underwriting pens an open letter on the need for MGAs to adapt in an ever-changing market and what the future holds for the business.
The recently re-financed business is aiming to find a longer-term backer in 2021.
The deal is the latest in a long line of acquisitions by the group.
Co-CEO and founder Tara Falk will join the PSC board upon the deal’s completion.
The offering, targeted at SMEs, is the first in a planned series of fresh products.
The government referenced a 2017 study into digital comparison tools by the CMA.
FCA pricing investigation and Civil Liability Act are expected to depress profitability in future years.
Phil Bunker, Michael Blaney, Julian Edwards, and Paul Cosh helped to raise an additional £1m of investment.
The software package will give customers 24/7 access to policies and claims.
The insurer is separating its life and general insurance businesses, as well as targeting 1,800 redundancies.
Research from HSB Engineering Insurance shows majority of brokers are in the dark when it comes to developments in technology in the construction sector.
Kuchinski has worked in insurance for over 30 years.
Experts agreed that Mark Wilson left Aviva in a “pretty good shape” but want a leader who can provide the UK broker market with long-term support following Wilson stepping down from the CEO role.