For the 31st episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we returned once more to the Insurtech 100 compiled by Sonr Global to spotlight the number two ranked start-up We Sure.
Equipsme reveals new product that offers free private health support between now and August to self-employed business owners.
Insurance Covid-Cast - episode two: What are insurtechs doing to rebalance the bad publicity around insurance and Covid-19?
In the second of a new series of video casts brought to you by Insurance Age and Insurance Post while our journalists are in isolation lockdown we discuss how insurtechs are seeking to create positive customer stories to redress the negative media…
Keith Gibbs to retire from the business.
Healthcare MGA secures £2m of funding.
Consolidator has now made 16 acquisitions since 2016.
Trade bodies state that members will give board and senior management level priority to better outcomes for long-standing customers.
Brian Walters warns brokers not to underestimate the challenges of breaking into and growing in the PMI market.
According to the insurer the policy offers treatments not available on the NHS or in the UK at international medical facilities.
Going for growth? Go for healthcare: There are large numbers of SMEs in the market for health cover for staff and brokers are well placed to meet the demand, says Paul Moulton
Company’s research shows over 2.5 million adults would have no one to help or support them after being discharged from hospital.
Isle of Man firm aiming for further acquisitions.
Deal is fourth acquisition of the year for PMI consolidator.
PMI specialists makes its biggest ever acquisition.
US-based health insurers brought together will have 53 million customers.
Simplyhealth employees will transfer to Axa PPP under TUPE as part of the purchase.
Association reveals string of executive committee changes.
Division to be led by Richard O'Brien and other former Willis staff.
Employers should not ignore the signs of mental health problems, David Price explains
Findings attributed largely to Arthur J Gallagher's recent deals.
Axa-owned business has made £250m investment in rebrand for direct offering.
Business development executive to focus on health and care business.
MGA confirms new team to support brokers in developing the line of business.
Purchases made as part of "aggressive buy and build" strategy.