Reports suggest Saga is now under pressure from new investor Elliott Advisors.
Home and motor broker, Yoga, has been set up almost two years after Radford and One Call were fined for client money failings.
Underlying profit before tax fell 22.6% in retail broking and 53.3% in underwriting.
Report also found that only 14% of consumers use word of mouth when in the process of switching their insurance.
Lloyd’s box added 4,000 new customers to the insurer in its first year of trading.
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Trak Global Group reveals Three Hills Capital Partners will invest over £40m for a minority stake in the firm.
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The car manufacturer, which first revealed its intention to move into insurance in April, has launched a policy for Tesla owners in California.
Detected dishonest claims reached a value of £1.2bn during the year.
InsurTech Futures: The car insurance app aims to reduce costs for young drivers.
Research by GoCompare shows 44% of drivers let their car insurance automatically renew, with customers overpaying by £982m a year.
Sharon Bishop, CEO of the premium finance provider, discusses the organisation's recent broker survey and what respondents had to say about personal lines.
Policy Expert co-founder Adam Powell reveals plans to change the motor broker's business model.
The move follows Zurich’s exit from the scheme.
Provider posts modest turnover and profit rises.
CEO of general insurance Colm Holmes says life and GI split is going "smoothly" and discusses premium drop in "choppy" personal lines market as MD of intermediaries Phil Bayles pledges that Aviva will not exit any business lines.
Results for the first half of 2019 show decreased profit and an £8.4m Ogden hit as company reports growing GWP.
Provider says results were impacted by bringing the GI business together with UK Digital, as it moves ahead with its cost reduction plan.
UK CEO Andy Watson says insurer is to focus on growth after restructuring and exiting unprofitable schemes, as he discusses why he does not think the government has "covered itself in glory" when setting the new discount rate.
Despite its Ogden woes, the motor insurer was able to post a £3.1m profit for H1 2019.
In force policies at the broker-focused part of the business grew 2.4% as the group numbers flag a £15.9m Ogden hit.
Firm head believes brokers have a bright future in motor providing they are aware of their place in the value chain.
Data gathered by the ABI finds repair costs climb to £1.2bn in Q1 2019, the highest since the ABI started the survey.