Scottish broker departs after 10 years with network.
Doncaster-based broker insists there has been "no fall-out" with the network.
It’s about time some more network gossip did the rounds, and last week it was a pretty juicy story that hit the Insurance Age newsdesk.
Network describes its relationship with insurer as going from "strength to strength".
Attendees heard from MP Jacob Rees-Mogg.
Two-day event will be held in London.
Network in discussions with nine brokers from across the UK.
Former ATE specialist changing focus due to Jackson reforms.
Business has set its sights on becoming "broker of choice" in the East Midlands.
The boss is confident of consigning the network's woes to history and is plotting a course for a successful 2014.
GI division no longer made up of three separate businesses.
Alex Alway, chief executive of Jelf Group, has ascribed the rise in profits and revenue at the firm to “heavily investing back into the business”.
Company announces rise in revenue and Ebitda for full year.
New offering expected to reduce the claims cycle by more than 50%.
Retail division was only part of company to improve turnover.
Total membership nearing 200.
Network claims that brokers will be able to budget better for the use of legal services.
Network hoping product enhancements will provide competition boost with direct market.
Alliance rebrands in effort to strengthen offer to stakeholders.
“When networks work best they should be about more than hitting insurers like a piñata and watching enhanced commissions fall out”
Networks have taken a few body blows in recent months, but brokers can still gain value from the sector. Caitlin Morrison reports
Ex-Allianz boss to replace Alec Finch at the Jelf-owned network, Insurance Age can reveal.
Prism Network has snapped up former Oval executive director Jeff Herdman as non-executive chairman.
The trading landscape for brokers continues to be one marked by tough competition and tight margins.