David Worsfold.

The Financial Services & Markets Bill is facing long delays giving scope for all manner of problems within the insurance sector - particularly for the IBRC.

Friends in high places.

Lloyd Hanks is looking to exploit his array of market contacts in order to improve the fortunes of The General Network. He tells Tim Collison about his ambitious business plan.

A wider perspective.

The D&O market is growing, and with it the number of extensions to cover company, as well as directors', liability. David Fanning assesses whether the sector is about to trip itself up.

David Worsfold.

The government's recent campaign to tackle financial exclusion has implications for all areas of financial services. Insurers must get to grips with this issue.

Terry Wellard.

Rates in private motor and the fleet sector are now rising. History tells us this should be good news for the rest of personal lines.

MLP sees changes.

MLP Legal Protection has made some staffing changes following the move of general manager David Hayn...

David Worsfold.

The Financial Services Authority's opposition to including mortgage advice in the Markets Bill may be the first line of defence in a looming clash over home service insurance.

Keeping a roof over your head.

The arrival of the long-awaited baseline product for mortgage payment protection gives brokers an ideal opportunity to promote this essential cover, says Keith Sankey.

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