New UK Insurtech Board aims to help start-ups partner with incumbent insurers and brokers.
Court hears lawyers from both sides outline their arguments on first day of the 12-day long trial.
Gallagher vs Ardonagh: Skeleton argument alleges Simon Matson called former employee a “complicated fat arab” but Gallagher described the defence claims as a “blatant…attempt to distract”.
Consolidator began court proceedings against former employee for alleged breach of his duties while on gardening leave in November.
Too large to benefit from government initiatives but too small to employ their own risk managers, mid-market businesses can inadvertently find themselves taking on unexpected levels of risk. As these businesses grow and face new and increasingly complex…
Figures for Q4 2018 show 2.7% uptick.
Claim relates to comments made by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission following the collapse of Enterprise Insurance in 2016.
Insurance frauds in court hit £17m in 2018, says KPMG.
Broker had been involved in three legal cases.
Ah, the pre-Budget blog. Where nothing is wrong and nothing is right because it’s all ifs, buts and maybes in the exciting game of “imagine if”.
Roger Flaxman finds lessons for brokers in a fascinating £100,000 case where a firm faced litigation for not using unrated insurers.
Regulator also consulting on raising maximum compensation limit to £350,000.
Mallaby discusses Marsh’s takeover of JLT, cyber issues in the market and insurance fraud.
Case involves alleged staff poaching by former Gallagher employees now working within the Ardonagh Group.
Siân Barton and Ida Axling discuss the most clicked on stories by brokers.
Law360 reports that the broker allegedly failed in its duty to explain to a customer that he needed to disclose a court judgment, leading to his claim being declined.
The investigation has been launched despite Asplin resigning his membership last month.
Mathew Rutter backs Biba advice that brokers should not panic.
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Fraudster sentenced to a year in prison after stealing more than £10,000 from Aviva, RSA, Allianz, Direct Line and Axa.
Government pushes date back for “extensive testing”.
Asplin has been a member since 1995.
Judge brands Asplin "a manipulative, arrogant and greedy man".
The most clicked articles by brokers this week included a court case decision, Covéa office closures, two stories about Axa and an opinion piece on MGAs.