Siân Barton and Laurence Eastham discuss the week's most popular news stories, including the return of Amanda Blanc and the launch of Cuvva's new motor product.
Paul Beck, managing director of Direct Insurance Corporate Risks, reviews CPP Secure's Cyber Insurance for SME
InsurTech Futures: Start-up has also raised £15m, with Lloyd's of London chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown and JLT CEO Dominic Burke among the backers.
Map ranks the severity of different industries’ exposures to business interruption, privacy, and cybercrime and includes a few examples of how these exposures can play out for various types of organisations.
Qlaims Insurance's chief development officer discusses how the new product can help brokers differentiate themselves and considers the possibility of expanding into personal lines.
Axa to underwrite the Fleet UK product from 1 January following Zurich's exit from the scheme.
InsurTech Futures: The firm is looking to partner with commercial and HNW brokers.
Cyber Select offers breach prevention and management to businesses with turnover up to £350m.
Paula Coulthard will be focusing on the launch of a new claims portal and a telematics offering.
Company said the product is also suitable for SMEs with turnover below £1.5m.
Dual will continue to underwrite enquiries from its own distribution channels as well as all enquiries received by Aviva.
GlobalData said growth was dependent on more households owning connected devices.
Firm claims that the product is the first of its kind in the market.
Product is the first launched by CPP since it joined the insurance broker market.
Proposition from Stubben Edge will enable brokers to offer customers loyalty rewards and has partners including Halfords and Vision Express.
Sector has recently been troubled by hardening capacity and cover shortages.
Provider announced its decision to exit nine lines of business last month.
CLS claims the policy will help open up a new market to brokers.
The provider has added HSB Engineering’s offering to its portfolio.
Business said the new system will make its specialist cyber cover available to regional brokers.
Provider says partnership will benefit Axa XL brokers and clients.
InsurTech Futures: Initial aim is to improve Freedom's services but the firms hope Pukka Tech’s technology will eventually be made available to other brokers and providers.
Azur Niche is aimed at clients who might be considered higher risk than normal, while Unoccupied covers properties that are for sale, undergoing renovation or not permanently lived in.
Lloyd’s box added 4,000 new customers to the insurer in its first year of trading.