The industry-wide property damage Task Force is meant to bring insurers, brokers, loss adjusters, legal specialists, and corporates together to identify emerging issues in the property claims sector.
Insurance Age meets the team at specialist managing general agent Avid Insurance.
Ardonagh-owned Ethos says the deal brings its number of regional hubs up to 13.
Covid-19 has had a significant effect on claims in the commercial insurance space
The business is backed by Munich Re and will initially focus on UK property, including main residences, holiday homes, second residences and let properties.
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.
Clear Group now handles £225m in gross written premium.
Caroline King, of Pen Underwriting, on why providers can no longer be ‘monochrome’ in their approach to commercial premises.
It is the fourth deal this year for Specialist Risk Group and adds £30m in GWP to the business.
The deal doubles property capacity for the MGA which is part of broker Willis IRM.
The MGA is chartered and based in East Anglia.
The MGA said it developed the proposition in anticipation of a spike in empty properties due to post-Covid disruption.
PI and property rates were hit hard following the Grenfell fire horror. Martin Friel investigates the wider insurance implications but is met with deafening silence from providers as brokers sound the alarm.
Floodflash founder CEO Adam Rimmer talks to Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift about how it paid a Storm Christoph claim in January within 9 hours and 44 minutes.
Floodflash founder CEO Adam Rimmer talks to Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift about a new survey it undertook that found that 48% of businesses worry about flooding as a threat to the UK economy.
Manifesto includes a number of commitments from the broker trade body, covering areas including underinsurance as a result of the pandemic, IPT, cyber insurance and signposting to help customers access insurance.
Business says the move will strengthen its range and depth of cover within landlord insurance.
The line is supported by capacity from Ergo UK Specialty which is part of Munich Re.
Property investor Aubrey Weis has disputed claims made by Axa in its defence document.
Martin McKeague, representing Aubrey Weis, says allegations made in Axa’s defence documents would have “huge ramifications” on the insurance industry.
The provider has teamed up with Auto Legal Protection Services for the legal expenses and rent guarantee proposition.
The provider denies claims that it owes £1.68m in damages after property investor Aubrey Weis took it to court in September.
The Lloyd's syndicate will stop writing business on 31 December in another loss for the liability market.
Research from Premium Credit shows over half of SMEs have stopped paying for covers including employers' liability and professional indemnity as well as business interruption.