Provider expects its pandemic-related losses to amount to $170m as it takes underwriting action in its liability lines of business.
The product is aimed at businesses pursuing small portfolio add-on acquisitions that may otherwise go uninsured.
In the 30th episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together an expert panel to discuss what the future holds for managing general agents.
Experts say the insurance sector has been “traumatised” by the prospect of unintended coverage for business interruption related to coronavirus.
Kennedy's Elizabeth Bardsley discusses the risks brokers need to be aware of as more and more professionals work from home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
With rates down and claims up, brokers are facing a new reality in the directors & officers market. Martin Friel reports
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The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to adapt. Here, for the very first time, we have the digital-only edition of Insurance Age.
Exclusive: The MGA will launch its P&C product suite in early March, aiming to eventually target 21 industry sectors.
Offering is targeting renewable energy companies that operate domestically and abroad.
Guide allows brokers to demonstrate how IP policies work in practice.
The package brings together various products and covers tech-enabled health and lifestyle providers for up to £10m.
InsurTech Futures: The MGA has also automated management liability policy wordings for some types of firms.
Nexus group CEO Colin Thompson says to expect more acquisitions.
The Association of Consultant Approved Inspectors (ACAI) has called on the government to review its Approved Inspectors Scheme of Insurance.
Organisation references Grenfell Tower tragedy as it unveils advice to brokers, including to identify which materials and dangerous substances are used in the building process.
Tokio Marine HCC’s Julian Goodall considers the snappily-named clause developed to iron out liability issues in construction.
Policies are aimed at UK companies with a turnover of up to £350m.
MGA says policy can offer over 500 trades, including builders and engineers, access to a wide range of covers.
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…
Policies cover risks including environmental and natural resource damage and is available to SMEs and contractors.
Seaway Insurance Consultants' Chris Howell reviews Axa Insurance's Management Liability online product
Insurer focuses on middle market and multinational clients.
Start-up MGA unveils management liability product and tech platform.