Aspen has ended its relationship with its UK MGA.
Software house to provide technology solutions to MGAA members.
Offering will include schemes for businesses who have had previous financial difficulties.
Initiative will enable MGAs to access Flood Re cover and is designed to make it more widely available.
The incubator was launched in 2017 by Vibe UK Holdings.
Firm looking for further investment but has no plans to stop working with Carlyle Group.
The business is to become part of the Arch UK Regional Division and follows its deal to buy Axiom Underwriting earlier this month.
Cyber specialist managing general agent Bewica is targeting brokers with a suite of tools including risk assessment and reporting tool
The provider is offering the 700-strong car leasing business an insurance policy featuring insights into driver behaviour.
Deal follows Arch's purchase of Ardonagh's commercial MGA businesses last year.
MGA reveals it has also raised £16m to continue to make more acquisitions.
MGA says policy can offer over 500 trades, including builders and engineers, access to a wide range of covers.
Archipelago, a personal lines managing general agent has been set up by former Aon-executives Richard Coleman and Angus Simpson.
Product is backed by Munich Re and designed for businesses of all sizes.
The motor broker has set up Stabilis in order to drive growth and is backed by A-rated Accredited Europe.
MUM Underwriting’s Charles Manchester outlines how the MGA market has developed and clarifies their role in relation to brokers.
The business now has an Irish base following the acquisition of Optis Insurance as PIB prepares for Brexit.
Business is made up of nine firms, one of which will be GRP's retail hub for North London and Essex.
New offering is available to brokers specialising in rural businesses and agriculture.
Partnership extended for a further three years.
Q Underwriting brings together aQmen Underwriting Services, TFP Schemes and Thistle Underwriting Services under a shared Toba.
The broker originally planned to go live with the MGA, which is targeting £20 - £25m GWP in the first year, in September 2017 but it was delayed due to changes to the Ogden rate.
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 MGA stated that the timing of the the Lloyd's review was a contributing factor in the decision.