CFC said micro M&A transaction liability is an untapped insurance market and a clear opportunity for brokers.
The insurer says brokers can sell excess cover either as a stand-alone add on to a primary home or motor policy, or it can be tailored to protect customers across a range of excesses.
The organisation has also become a standalone underwriting cell within Castel.
The trade body previously partnered with DTW Syndicate 1991, which went into run-off at the end of last year, on the scheme.
The product offers cover for standard and non-standard risks for all types of properties and is now available to Open GI's broker customers.
CFC's Cyber Now product has been made available to brokers on the Acturis platform.
According to the provider, the product is designed to help small to medium sized UK brokers price more effectively, cut operational costs and improve the customer journey in personal lines.
Move follows large premium increases in the market after the Grenfell fire and the provider urges brokers to sell the product net of commission on a fee basis to keep costs down.
The company is gearing up to launch two more products aimed at brokers in the near future.
MGA says new offering is launched in response to rising rates and concerns about availability and affordability of cover after several providers introduced Covid-19 exclusions.
The development adds cyber assistance, cyber crime cove, legal and risk management assistance, and a helpline to the offering.
Business says cross class follow capacity solution will benefit Price Forbes clients across cargo, specie, terrorism, financial products, healthcare and marine.
The insurer’s 24/7 telephone service can provide guidance on any business-related legal matter, from employment law to debt recovery and property disputes, as well as advice on Covid-19 related legislation.
Acturis brokers can now access RAC Breakdown products for a range of vehicle types on either a standalone or add-on product basis.
Axa XL takes the crown in a report from Highpoint Consultants which explores the state of the HNW insurance market and how well it serves customers and brokers.
The specialist underwriter confirmed the renewal of key binder Aviva, plus, developments to its Covéa-backed contractors combined product.
The cover is designed to help small and medium enterprises combat the increasing threat of digital crime.
The new offering is designed to protect policyholders and insurers or MGAs when a broker ceases trading.
The organisation has launched its first product for the motor trade combined market, backed by NIG and Covéa, and developed an online liability portal.
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Provider says the new offering was developed to meet demand from businesses for risk prevention and mitigation services and is available to UK brokers of all sizes.
The new e-trade offering, sold via brokers, provides cover for freelancers and small businesses in allied health professions such as audiologists, chiropodists and opticians, as well as complementary therapy, beauty and fitness.
The household insurance proposition will be available on the software house’s broker platforms.
Trade body says the scheme is underwritten by A+ rated capacity and will help brokers access cover for a range of marine risks including cargo, freight liability, hull and liability cover for commercial vessels, commercial maritime operations, super…