According to the broker, the company saw 32% growth in average premium due to its investment in tech, which has now been enhanced with the roll out of a new AI tool.
The insurtech start-up says Amazon Business Prime customers will have access to covers including public liability, employers’ liability, professional indemnity, cyber, directors and officers, and office contents & equipment insurance.
FOIL’s Laurence Besemer explores the flood solutions designed to better model risk and help those in danger of this catastrophic peril.
The organisations will initially collaborate to develop a home flood proposition for the broker market.
New motor provider Adiona's founder and CEO tells Insurance Age about his plans for the business and why it will be looking to work with brokers in the future.
The insurer has accused Marshmallow of misusing confidential information and stealing trade secrets. Marshmallow has denied the claims.
CDL’s Nigel Phillips explores how machine learning is democratising business intelligence.
New research from European provider of cloud infrastructure and cloud services, Ionos Cloud, has found that 38% of insurance IT decision makers (IT DMs) admit to their business having a cyber security skills gap, with a third saying this is putting their…
The deal is set to expand Ignite systems pipeline and offer Ignite's existing clients access to Sequel's infrastructure and resources.
Open Gi's Ben Legg explains how cloud technology can offer a boost to UK brokers.
Broker says it has a support team in place to "ensure that customers are not adversely affected" by discrepancies in data after it was featured in a segment on Channel 4 consumer affairs show Joe Lycett's Got Your Back.
Brokers working with Tysers on a wholesale basis will have access to the proposition which as been designed to streamline processes.
Chief revenue officer, Christen Smith, tells Insurance Age about the drone specialist's plans for growing its broker network and launching new products.
In a sponsored post, Close Brothers MD Seàn Kemple discusses how the premium finance provider aims to support brokers in the future.
Kerr Group is seeking to move customers through the policy lifecycle in a more digital and consistent manner.
The software house recorded a £52.7m turnover for the year, largely in line with its results for 2019.
Investors have given the tech-led premium finance provider a cash injection in a move that sees it set to challenge Close Brothers and Premium Credit for a top three position in the UK.
It has been developed to protect the interests of Biba members and panellists include software houses.
The software house also revealed an increase in operating profit for the year.
Ageas's Ant Middle and Adam Beckett discuss the provider's strategy change in response to shifts in customer behaviour, and the FCA's dual pricing ban, as the insurer aims to hit £1.5bn in GWP.
The provider has said the service is the first digital training solution designed specifically for telehealth providers.
By Bits' Callum Rimmer encourages brokers to step in after survey reveals gap between what motor insurers are offering and what their customers want.
With the UK being an established hub for digital innovation, brokers have the opportunity to build new books of business, says Markel’s Mark Lowther
CEO Jimmy Williams talks to Insurance Age about the company’s newly launched product and its plans for future expansion.