Policies cover risks including environmental and natural resource damage and is available to SMEs and contractors.
Report outlines the insurance risks for customers active in hosting AirBnb guests due to gaps in cover.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has joined forces with InsurTech Worry+Peace to help brokers bolster their ability to trade digitally.
Seaway Insurance Consultants' Chris Howell reviews Axa Insurance's Management Liability online product
Provider claims first to go live on the Acturis e-trading platform with stand-alone construction products available to brokers.
The policy is now accessible for brokers on the Powerplace and Mobius platforms.
Product is backed by Munich Re and designed for businesses of all sizes.
Dr John Mitchell speaks to Jonathan Swift about his venture Wessex Business Services, an insurance broker – although not in name - with quite a few interesting side lines from scented candles to hot desking spaces.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift mulls whether insurance broking needs to go back to its beginnings to find the right blend for future success.
Updated: It has been added to a number of lines following reports about companies increasing the level of stock-piling to prepare for the UK leaving the EU.
The provider said the offering has been designed to help brokers compete with direct writers with quote and bind taking less than two minutes.
The proposition is available to brokers via Sybaris Legal & IP and backed by insurer Acasta Europe.
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Principal underwriter, cyber, property and casualty, Stephen Wares, at MS Amlin outlines how the tech market is developing.
Covers available include cyber, business interruption, terrorism and public liability.
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First new product since Markel takeover.
Insurer focuses on middle market and multinational clients.
The MGA, launched last year by former Sterling head Nicholas Cooper, has designed the cover for larger residential and commercial properties.
New policy covers agricultural machinery and any vehicles used at golf clubs, garden centres, local sports grounds, zoos, safari parks and attractions.
Start-up MGA unveils management liability product and tech platform.
Consultancy Mactavish says cyber policies have “major flaws” and claims brokers and insurers use “scaremongering” tactics to make companies buy cover.
New offering is available to brokers specialising in rural businesses and agriculture.
The insurer has developed its proposition for businesses with between £5m and £100m in turnover.