Brokers are well placed to take advantage of the technology transforming the way customers buy insurance. Our panel of experts tell Martin Friel what challenges the industry faces
The insurance sector has been predicting that one of the technology giants would disrupt the market, but the next big moves in InsurTech could come from the industry insiders who are making waves
The business will trade as a managing general agent and has been backed by Munich Re Digital Partners.
First global talent search drew in almost 220 applications from 36 different countries.
Thirty-one companies come together with the aim of becoming a formal association in 2019.
Performance breakdown shows improved retention and new business figures.
Is the appointment of David Martin from Allianz the first pointer of what brokers can expect from Amanda Blanc's Zurich?
Regulator highlights 18% are cyber-related.
The cover includes contents, business interruption, employers’ liability, public liability and legal expenses as standard.
Ida Axling and Emmanuel Kenning chat through brokers' most popular stories.
Software house says broker made the switch to digitally transform its business.
Deal follows on from the insurer's previous strategic investment in the start-up MGA.
Broker is the first regulatory exit from Worry+Peace's InsurTech incubator.
Tech MGA to provide water leak detection system to HNW clients, working exclusively with brokers.
Insly’s Robin Luc Oppenheim examines some of the options for brokers.
Banga to become managing director with Martin McLachlan departing in April.
A survey by Applied Systems recommends an omnichannel approach to capturing the young adult market.
Powis, who sold Fresh to Vantage earlier this year, is working with insurance technology provider Iotatech.
Insurance Age and Axa release the second in a series of whitepapers to help brokers and MGAs launch schemes and delegated authorities.
The insurer's CIO faces the camera for the quick-fire quiz.
Telematics provider Ticker, which is backed by former England footballer, Gary Lineker, and ex-Dragons's Den star Theo Paphitis will use the Radar product.
On being a technological company, what it has changed for brokers and customers as well as what is coming next.
The CMA has provisionally found that the aggregator is preventing customers from getting better home deals through use of its ‘most favoured nation clauses’.
Panellists say innovation leads to opportunities.