The solution provides cover for customers who struggle to find travel insurance because of pre-existing medical conditions or age.
The provider also works with Axa, Ageas, LV Broker, RSA and UK General.
MGA also launches Arag-backed legal expenses cover to its property and casualty product suite.
Its parametric property investor proposition now allows brokers to get FloodFlash quotes at renewal and for new business.
The product covers 300 different trades and offers flexible commission to brokers.
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Product will be sold exclusively through Acturis, following CPP’s launch on the platform in October 2019.
Qomplx’s WonderCover product offers parametric cyber cover either as a standalone product or as an add-on.
The InsurTech firm now provides quotes for categories including holiday homes, non-standard construction, listed buildings and homes subjected to previous subsidence and flooding.
Cyber liability has been added to the cover alongside a number of additional features.
MGA says package allows organisers to protect the financial investment of their event.
MGA has worked with Team Partnership to develop the offering.
Geo Underwriting’s FlexiLet home product will be available via Applied TAM and Applied Epic.
NIG has also added two new products on SSP's commercial e-trading platform.
Provider partnered with HewardMills to develop the offering.
Provider said the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act means landlords now require cover for civil or criminal prosecution.
Offering is available for non-US domiciled firms and offers limits of $25m (£19m).
Provider specialises in insurance for food and hospitality businesses.
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