The two firms have said that their motor fleet insurance products are now available to self-drive hire, own goods, courier, and tradesperson fleets across the UK
Motor insurtech says the new leadership team joins as the group "eyes the significant opportunity to better serve customers" following the FCA's dual pricing ban.
The MGAs have co-created cover for freelancers and micro-SMEs operating in the health and wellbeing sector.
Latter, who previously worked at Saga, takes over from Malcolm Harvey who will remain with the business as founder and executive director.
The provider's Syndicate 1856 is moving into business classes including D&F property, marine and energy liability, political risk, terror and war, cargo and specie and professional lines, following $350m capital injection.
In an ongoing court battle Mulsanne claims Marshmallow has proposed to "dump" its clients in what the insurer brands a "potential serious regulatory breach".
The insurtech startup also reported doubling its revenue and GWP in its second year of trading.
The generational divide is a key finding of a survey which insurtech Getsafe conducted among 2,069 British citizens.
Dave Ovenden, of Willis Towers Watson, considers how the industry can ensure commercial cover isn't left behind amid the tech revolution.
Mulsanne launched a case against the start-up in March this year and is seeking to claim £39m in damages.
Court documents show the trial as to liability will take place this year after Mulsanne accused Marshmallow of stealing trade secrets.
As demand for flexible on-demand insurance products is accelerated by Covid-19, Insurance Age investigates what the challenges and opportunities are for brokers.
Insurance Age meets Dr Henna Karna, who heads up reinsurance and risk management solutions at Google Cloud, to learn more about Google's insurance plans and discuss the future for brokers in a tech dominated landscape.
Mulsanne says it has suffered loss and damage of at least £39m, as judge orders Marshmallow to disclose information relating to the case.
One year after launching its first product in the UK, Getsafe CEO Christian Wiens tells Insurance Age about the insurtech's expansion plans.
The company has chosen to team up with Wakam, deeming it “a more flexible European capacity provider.”
The insurance startup company, which is known for its gadget insurance, is now offering its customers home insurance as well.
The report, by Oxbow Partners, highlights the top insurtech providers who could make a difference in the insurance space.
The motor provider posts £173.2m in GWP and a combined operating ratio of 75.3% in 2020.
Nigel Walsh, who specialises in insurtech is moving to the tech giant from Deloitte.
The motor insurance specialist, which is Abacai's first acquisition since it launched last month, will remain a standalone business run by its current management team.
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