The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has joined forces with InsurTech Worry+Peace to help brokers bolster their ability to trade digitally.
The native mobile application is free for Acturis brokers and available on Apple and Android systems.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift mulls whether insurance broking needs to go back to its beginnings to find the right blend for future success.
Regulator’s annual total falls from £229.5m in 2017.
Insurance Age and Axa release the second in a series of whitepapers to help brokers and MGAs launch schemes and delegated authorities.
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Having secured £2.7m Series A funding from Committed Capital, Konsileo co-founder and CEO John Warburton tells Jonathan Swift how taking offence at consolidation and a digital role in Munich led him to start-up his own InsurTech broker
Technology is helping to catch up with fraudsters, but there’s still a place for human intuition and intervention. Sam Barrett reports
Ben Rose, founder and insurance director at Digital Risks, discusses how InsurTech and data analytics will redefine business insurance.
Coplus director Jason Tripp asks ’is a technology revolution in personal lines claims long overdue?’
The proposition will be brought to market later this year.
Jonathan Swift explains that brokers have a lot to learn from firms like Bunker, Cover Wallet, Embroker, and Next Insurance.
Earlier this month Oxbow Partners produced an interesting infographic on where Insurtech startups are concentrating their energies.
Tech provider says new offering will save time and reduce errors.
Market researchers team up to provide consumer insight.
With mobile devices, cloud computing and social media playing an increasing role in business practice, how can the insurance industry manage the risks?
Are insurance websites sophisticated enough for today’s consumer? Andrew Wormleighton asks
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Policy Administration Services (PAS) £2,834,700 for poor complaints handling of mobile phone insurance policies.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has listed poor product design, unclear terms, and inadequate claims and complaints handling among the findings of its review into mobile phone insurance.
Mobile devices are key to both social and business transactions. What does this mean for brokers and what are the opportunities? Nigel Phillips explains why the sector cannot afford to ignore mobile
Esure Broker and Sheilas’ Wheels Broker have launched apps allowing existing customers to access their policies on smartphones.
Almost four in five British mobile phone users believe mobile phone insurance is unnecessary, according to research from Virgin Media.
In this month's edition of What The Papers Say, Ralph Savage, director at RTS Media, encourages businesses to unleash the geeks.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (Biba) has launched a ‘Find a Biba Broker’ app for iPhones and iPads.