The media industry is dealing with an increasing array of threats as technology transforms the sector. Chubb's Siân Rolf explains why brokers need to constantly review policy offerings to make sure the demands of multi-channel/ multi-platform clients are…
FCA fines show firms cannot take their eyes off the ball.
Broker predicts liability market hardening, greater onus on job training, and that vulnerable customers will be looked after better.
Axa's director of schemes and MGAs and Allianz's director of broker markets discuss the biggest events to shake the market in 2018.
Brightside's CEO predicts a Brexit-related recession, expects it to become more difficult for small brokers to secure capacity and confirms the launch of its MGA.
The shortest month of the year kicked off with brokers complaining about SSP, early reports of Allianz expressing interest in buying XL Group, InsurTech start-ups and GDPR.
Increase a “wake up call” for businesses says law firm RPC.
Which topics have been grabbing brokers’ attention?
Product includes GDPR wording and covers reputational damage.
The Information Commissioner’s Office punishes the provider after customer data ended up for sale on the dark web.
Only 8% of brokers say they “know everything they need to know” ahead of new legislation coming in on 1 October.
Brokers urged to stay on top of the issue with the right behaviours involving more than just box ticking.
Which topics were grabbing attention over the summer?
Emmanuel Kenning and Jonathan Swift share their views on the most clicked on articles by brokers.
Regulator spent £1.8m getting ready for the data regulation change.
Emmanuel Kenning and Sian Barton explore the stories that hit the headlines this week.
Freedom of Information request reveals a budget of nearly £2.5m.
Test your knowledge of the week's news with our topical quiz.
In the culmination of the three part series the specialists run through what to do in the coming days, weeks, months and years now that GDPR is in place.
Provider says new rules can become “another tool for negotiation by extortionists”.
In the second of a three part series our experts tackle marketing under the new GDPR rules from phone calls and emails to the post.
Cheryl Martin, partner in the insurance advisory cyber and GDPR practice at EY and Branko Bjelobaba, founder of consultancy firm Branko Limited, share their knowledge on how the new regulations came about.
Cyber, GDPR, professional indemnity and legal expenses make up the top five downloads from Insurance Age’s sister site Insurance Hound.
The new rules coming into force later this month will have far-reaching impacts on brokers, says Vincent Rezzouk-Hammachi