Boss Matt Munro explains the broker’s success in using data to combat ghost broking and more.
Process piloted with 31 insurers is set to be made compulsory for all firms and most products.
Technology-driven business aims to disrupt the market.
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The digital insurtech launched Aventus platform to brokers last year.
Business takes on £70m of Co-op’s debt in first buy since being bought by Qatar Re.
Businesses also sign 13 year agreement for motor and home insurance distribution.
Analysis by The AA reveals quarterly and yearly increases.
Shuker’s A-Plan has taken on the personal lines business for Jelf and Barton explains that moving the business to call-centre focused broker would have been a “retrograde step”.
Business from 26 Jelf branches has been moved to A-Plan with 59 Jelf staff redeployed to other roles within the Marsh-owned broker and 19 people joining A-Plan.
New EDI offerings for car, commercial vehicle and home.
Competition watchdog criticised the sector and called for pricing intervention options.
Competition watchdog responds to Citizens Advice super-complaint.
Experts worry it could lead to “surge pricing” but see positives too including transparency and flexibility.
The business will trade as a managing general agent and has been backed by Munich Re Digital Partners.
Provider to tackle dual pricing with new home and motor offering.
Body still working on investigation following the super-complaint from Citizens Advice, which slammed dual pricing practices in insurance.
“Game changing” offering set to go live in mid-January.
Consumer Intelligence research shows average premiums fell 0.4% to October 2018, but increases could be on the horizon.
Tech MGA to provide water leak detection system to HNW clients, working exclusively with brokers.
The frustration is that insurance has so much to be proud of.
FCA review led to insurer being “made aware” of problems.
Chris Woolard on why the regulator felt it had to act.
Biba and the ABI welcome the FCA's move, agreeing with the regulator that the market needs to work as well as possible for all customers.