EYs Kevin Koenig and Steve LaValle have a worrying take on how sensor data may affect broking in future.
Larry Ferguson investigates why some brokers aren’t selling cyber and learns why they should be. He finds out how, with expertise and effort, cyber policies can be explained and sold to clients
Orchard Lending Club focuses on the insurance premium finance market and matches brokers with people who want to lend money.
The commercial market for drone insurance is ready to take off, with personal use following in its slipstream
Regulator reveals ‘Regulatory Sandbox’ designed to reduce regulatory burden on innovative firms.
Technology is changing the way brokers do business and how customers buy insurance, but is the broking world ready for big developments happening in FinTech? Insurance Age finds out
Dr Monica Rivas Casado urges the insurance sector to develop awareness of how they can use drones.
CEO of HugHub says insurance needs to move with the times as consumers do not view themselves in silos.
David Angus warns of the impact of the closure of Google Compare on UK brokers.
Digital team grows from three to 30 as insurer commits to software houses and its e-trade platform.
Leigh Calton, head of proposition development, Ageas UK considers how devices might change the face of insurance.
Insurance revenues rose by 2% in 2015.
Innovation and technology have taken hold of the industry and brokers and insurers are urged to keep up as new devices and apps are changing the way customers buy insurance
The sector is acutely aware that SME is its bread and butter so it’s important for brokers to keep up with the changes and trends. We examine the importance of working with micro SMEs and what brokers need to know about in the emerging science and tech…
Running a farm with a B&B or owning a horse seems idyllic. But rural life is not without its challenges and adequate insurance is a requirement - so what can brokers do to win clients in these niche markets?
SMEs are increasingly at risk from cyber criminals and brokers are at the forefront of advising and protecting clients from online attacks.
Imvestigating the science of schemes
A quiet revolution is going on. Commercial brokers are now a part of the digital landscape and are challenging the perception that the sector still has too many paper-based old schoolers.
While the smaller end of the motor fleet market is dominated by price, brokers can differentiate themselves by understanding driver behaviour and health and safety, writes Edward Murray
Brokers are split over whether motor premiums will increase in the next few years, but one certainty in the market is the increasing importance of technologies such as telematics
Siân Barton examines how well brokers are keeping up with the digital world and how they can use technology in commercial lines as Larry Ferguson considers how technology can help fraud prevention and detection
This week, Jessica Pothering reviews the lead broking news headlines: Fortis Insurance reports a strong market position; Biba negotiates a special FSA fee payment scheme for members; Zurich releases its financial results; and ex-Allianz commercial…
Jessica Pothering sums up this week's broking news headlines, which included: Total being found 100% liable for the Buncefield explosion and subsequent claims; the Adrian Dunno case against Bluefin being found unfairly dismissed; Swinton's chief…
Insurance Age reporter Jessica Pothering discusses this week's broking headlines: Aviva's financial results; Paul Cosh's planned departure from Hero following its acquisition by the Capita Group; and former Axa CEO Peter Hubbard's move to Keoghs.