Insurance is growing its adoption of machine learning applications faster than any other financial sector, a Bank of England survey has found.
Zurich head of retail Dave Martin has resigned, Insurance Age can reveal.
Lloyd’s has found “no evidence” its systems were compromised following an investigation into a cyber threat.
Lloyd’s external connectivity remains in shutdown as it continues to investigate the cyber threat that emerged last week.
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Lloyd’s took swift action yesterday to safeguard its online security by resetting its systems and switching off all external connectivity after discovering “unusual activity” on its network.
UK-based insurtech Stubben Edge has acquired credit broker Finpoint for an undisclosed sum.
Managing director of distribution at BGL Insurance, Laura Mullaney highlights the brokers’ main focuses after its takeover by Markerstudy.
Bob Thaker, the former UK CEO of Hiscox, has taken over as CEO of insurtech Abacai’s broking business Complete Cover Group, Insurance Age can reveal.
Ignite’s Toby MacLachlan considers how government plans to crackdown on software houses and third party financial services support partners could pan out.
The Insurance Museum has unveiled its first online exhibition which is titled Fire! Risk and Revelations and will go live on 7 September.
A Freedom of Information request by Insurance Age has revealed that the number of cyber breach incidents reported to the Financial Conduct Authority has increased for insurance intermediaries but dropped for regulated firms altogether.
Managing general agent Iprism has added its tradesman, contractors and professionals product to the Acturis trading platform.
Stubben Edge has acquired a division of insight and content provider Bonhill Group as it seeks to offer its brokers and their SME customers a broader service.
Stubben Edge has announced two strategic developments which have been designed to expand its capabilities for IFAs and brokers, Insurance Age can reveal.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association has added eSentire as an associate to offer members support on cybersecurity.
Spring Insure has launched a commercial cyber offering tailored for small and medium sized enterprises.
The Bank of England, Prudential Regulation Authority and Financial Conduct Authority have set out plans to oversee “critical third parties” in the financial services sector.
Insurtech MGAs are winning over brokers and even though it may be a case of ‘horses for courses’ the arrival of a range of new providers, including within commercial lines, is creating welcome competition. Rachel Gordon learns more.
Specialists have highlighted the benefits to brokers of delivering parametric insurance to their clients and warned they will lose out if they do not engage with the fast-expanding offering that is becoming more mainstream.
Does the insurtech sector offer brokers a land of opportunity or is it more about style over substance? Rachel Gordon reports.
Ripe Thinking has reported a 24% rise in turnover to £23.27m for 2021.
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