Towergate has made two appointments to its networks division.
1 Answer has partnered with THB Group to roll out professional indemnity (PI) insurance to all of its members and their clients.
Yutree Underwriting has left Cobra Network in a bid to become a "truly independent intermediary".
Willis is in talks to sell part of its direct commercial business portfolio in England to a member of its commercial network.
Momentum has appointed Joe Wyatt as broking manager.
Towergate has reported a 2% drop in operating earnings to £33.8m for the first quarter of 2013, from £34.6m in the first three months of 2012.
LV has joined Ceta’s home insurance panel which currently includes Allianz, Ageas, Covea, Zurich and Covea and is responsible for £25m of premium income.
MacKay Corporate has joined Brokerbility as its first Scottish-based member, taking the group’s membership total to 36.
Purple Partnership has snapped up former NIG stalwart Andrew Elliot as development manager for the South.
Compass Broker Services has struck a three-year "strategic agreement" with Ageas UK Insurance worth an expected £20m covering both personal and commercial lines.
Momentum Solutions has reported a loss of £129,470 for 2012, down from a £289,993 loss posted last year.
Towergate has posted a “strong set of results in the round” according to group CEO Mark Hodges.
TEn Insurance has reported first quarter GWP growth of 23.4% to £5.9m.
Broker Network and Countrywide have unveiled a double senior appointment with the arrival of former Axa man Dave Wilkins and the promotion of Emma Parr.
Broker Network and Countrywide has extended its relationship with Lorega to include the launch of Household Network Assist.
Brokerbility has added London based Miles Smith Insurance Solutions, the newly formed retail division of Miles Smith, to its membership list bringing the total to 35 brokers.
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David Pearce has retired from his role as non-executive chairman of TEn Insurance.
Broker networks have insisted they still have a crucial role in the market place despite Aviva's decision to withdraw from the Willis Network.
Willis Network has shrugged off its split with Aviva, insisting that it chose not to strike a deal with Aviva to extend its relationship beyond December 2013.
Aviva will not be renewing its participation as an insurer panel member for Willis Networks as of 31 December 2013.
Westinsure MD Norrie Erwin insisted that the broker network is now "considering an appeal" following a tax tribunal decision that networks must charge full UK VAT at 20%.
Purple Partnership has unveiled UK General as a new panel member, Insurance Age can reveal.
There was a lot to admire in the broker-related market moves last month. Networks decided en masse to grab their share of the limelight. Having delivered a quiet quarter or so they certainly achieved it by bursting back into life with one appointment in…