The growth in new technologies such as the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and automation is creating an ever-changing landscape that brokers have to navigate. Sam Barrett learns more
The provider is offering the 700-strong car leasing business an insurance policy featuring insights into driver behaviour.
Research reveals nearly a third of UK businesses have experienced security breaches or attacks in the past year.
Broker app Kinsu will cease to provide cover for current customers from 30 April.
The affinity speciality has bought both the firms which include the Insurance2Go and Better Buy Insurance brands.
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The two firms hope the Broker Insights platform will help Biba's regional broker members to become more visible to insurers.
The insurer has updated the policy to include standard cyber cover and cyber-crime and cyber online liability as additional covers.
The provider claimed that SmartQuote uses big data to find home insurance quotes in as little as one question if the broker knows the client.
Bank says the platform will aid regulated professions including insurance.
Connected home provider is working with Aviva to create a home proposition for brokers, following the insurer taking majority stake in the InsurTech start-up.
The feature is for delegated authority claims and available to brokers.
New UK Insurtech Board aims to help start-ups partner with incumbent insurers and brokers.
Michael Whitfield from CPP UK discusses why brokers should be moving cyber risk up the agenda for their SME customers.
Brokers and customers of the credit provider experienced problems for almost two days over Monday and Tuesday.
Digital Partners CEO Andrew Rear tells brokers that the personal lines market will "substantially shrink" in the near future.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has joined forces with InsurTech Worry+Peace to help brokers bolster their ability to trade digitally.
The InsurTech body, which launched in November, has added a number of associate members and partners.
The native mobile application is free for Acturis brokers and available on Apple and Android systems.
Ninety-three offices went live on the data platform, designed to increase broker visibility among insurers, last month.
Provider claims first to go live on the Acturis e-trading platform with stand-alone construction products available to brokers.
New backer replaces former investor Summit Partners and follows Insurance Age revealing last month that the software house was seeking fresh investment.
Operating profit also went up but revenue in its price comparison segment slipped.
The policy is now accessible for brokers on the Powerplace and Mobius platforms.