Zurich will maintain control of pricing while Applied Systems will support connectivity, quoting and data exchange between Zurich, brokers and policyholders.
Restructures costing the business £60m will also take place over the next two years.
Regulator issued new guidance on how brokers and providers can best serve customers.
Axa to underwrite the Fleet UK product from 1 January following Zurich's exit from the scheme.
Paula Coulthard will be focusing on the launch of a new claims portal and a telematics offering.
InsurTech Futures: The CEO anticipates that about 20% of Zego's business will be done through the newly-authorised carrier.
Insurer’s motor and home products will be available to brokers via eTrading platforms.
Motor income ticked upwards slightly but other non-life lines have fallen.
CEO Jon Dye said the business is "still in good shape" despite the slip in performance.
Figures follow an effort to streamline the provider’s operations in the UK and Ireland.
Insurance Cares: Signposting service for older customers has been renewed again following its launch more than six years ago.
Deal will give commercial broker, The Burley Group, access to Radius' telematics and fuel cards customers.
The online system gives brokers access to vehicle management.
InsurTech Futures: Start-up broker's CEO, Sten Saar, discusses expanding the team, developing products and the possibility of making acquisitions.
Comparison site says young drivers aged 17 to 24 are most likely to fall victim to ghost broking.
Provider exited the AA portfolio around 11 years ago shortly after buying its rival RAC.
Insurance Age gauged the mood of the broker market and found strong support for Markerstudy's future prospects.
Firm claims that the product is the first of its kind in the market.
FCA data for H1 2019 was final full reporting period before 29 August PPI deadline.
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Research by Willis Towers Watson and Confused.com also shows continuing fluctuations in average premiums.
InsurTech Futures: Carnegie-Brown succeeds Nick Parker, who had been with the start-up broker since it launched.
Consumer Intelligence CEO Ian Hughes points to opportunities for brokers as the industry deals with the "crack cocaine" of insurance, dual pricing.