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.
Cover ranges from roadside, up to full UK and European cover.
Graeme Newman chats about cyber insurance, the benefits of being an MGA and the firm's strategy following its recent management buyout.
Firm to use the money to develop more products for brokers.
Hyperion X will also manage the group's third-party InsurTech investments.
The unrated insurer debate, technology and consolidation all come under the microscope.
Pay-as-you-go InsurTech start-up claims it will help SME owners manage their insurance needs digitally.
Applied’s customer experience expert Kris Hackney explains why brokers need to become truly digital and highlights how customer journeys are changing.
Investment in Applied Systems is not a sign of disruption to come and “testament to the independent agent being strong”.
InsurTech start-up to launch next year following partnership with Munich Re.
Axa, Zurich, Ecclesiastical and QBE to use start-up's data sharing platform to reach more regional brokers.
The tech giant has invested a nine figure sum in the software house but CEO Reid French said brokers should not be concerned about data sharing or disintermediation.