The move includes subsidiaries DCML, In-Car Cleverness and APU.
Shuker’s A-Plan has taken on the personal lines business for Jelf and Barton explains that moving the business to call-centre focused broker would have been a “retrograde step”.
Boss Mark Bower-Dyke says results were impacted by poor market conditions and unrated insurers charging low prices.
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.
Business from 26 Jelf branches has been moved to A-Plan with 59 Jelf staff redeployed to other roles within the Marsh-owned broker and 19 people joining A-Plan.
The business is not looking to buy following investment from Inflexion.
HNW specialist says refreshed product will deliver quotes to brokers faster.
Granite, which sits behind Acorn Insurance, specialises in niche motor cover.
New EDI offerings for car, commercial vehicle and home.
Sector also made a contribution to the UK economy worth £29.5bn and paid close to £12bn in taxes, according to the ABI.
According to the company British consumers spend on average £180 per month on insurance.
Company closed to new business at the end of 2016 but 1,700 UK customers may still be affected.
Competition watchdog criticised the sector and called for pricing intervention options.
Competition watchdog responds to Citizens Advice super-complaint.
The regulator stuck with Aon as its broker.
Experts worry it could lead to “surge pricing” but see positives too including transparency and flexibility.
Provider to tackle dual pricing with new home and motor offering.
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GWP and policy numbers both increase.
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ABI data shows that the cost of theft claims has surged by 32% to £271m in the first nine months of 2018.
The frustration is that insurance has so much to be proud of.
FCA review led to insurer being “made aware” of problems.