The company has chosen to team up with Wakam, deeming it “a more flexible European capacity provider.”
Marmalade was set up 15 years ago and specialises in drivers under 34.
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.
The cover is designed to help small and medium enterprises combat the increasing threat of digital crime.
With the rise in remote working during the Covid crisis – and the increased opportunities for cyber criminals to attack – could brokers see an uptick in interest for cyber insurance from clients?
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 insurance startup company, which is known for its gadget insurance, is now offering its customers home insurance as well.
The business is also offering online training to brokers in the “daunting” renovation space.
The report, by Oxbow Partners, highlights the top insurtech providers who could make a difference in the insurance space.
Brokers can use the portal to process adjustments and share documents with clients.
The business is backed by Munich Re and will initially focus on UK property, including main residences, holiday homes, second residences and let properties.
Nigel Walsh, who specialises in insurtech is moving to the tech giant from Deloitte.
The household insurance proposition will be available on the software house’s broker platforms.
Sam Barrett explores how brokers could benefit from disruption in the insurance market caused by the rise of insurtechs and the possible entry of one of the big tech firms
New technologies, such as telematics, apps and big data are changing the way brokers work and clients buy insurance. Sam Barrett looks at how the industry is keeping pace with the the tech
The latest issue of Insurance Age is digital only due to the most recent lockdown.
Beazley Digital was developed in response to growing demand for e-traded products from brokers and clients and will be led by COO Ian Fantozzi.
Provider to bring new capacity to the London Market at a time of "unprecedented upheaval" in the D&O sector, with the aim to reinvent the way the industry operates.
Motor insurtech Abacai launches with backing from Complete Cover owner Sun Capital and sees Wilson take charge as CEO alongside a leadership team including two executives from CCG.
The proposition is also appropriate for MGAs and insurers and offers multi-line policy administration.
The specialist motorcycle broker is using artificial intelligence to provide precision pricing and bundle quote, policy and claims data.
The provider has also joined the panel of the analytics and telematics specialist.
Simply Business has partnered with insurtech MGA Equipsme to allow its customers to directly purchase health insurance plans online for the first time.
Floodflash founder CEO Adam Rimmer talks to Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift about how it paid a Storm Christoph claim in January within 9 hours and 44 minutes.