Insurer’s leaders keen on further schemes growth as they report progress in personal lines.
Insurer planning for “muted” growth from brokers.
CEO Dominic Burke says the business is focused globally as it plans for a no deal Brexit.
The insurer is set to write business lines including property, liability, warranty and PI and is targeting £50-60m GWP by January 2019.
The Folgate business will be underwritten by its owner APC Underwriting.
MGA changes caused 2017 turnover and profit to shrink.
The bot has been designed to answer questions about business insurance and is now available on the broker’s social media page as well as its website.
The proposition has been relaunched as Markel Law.
Organisation updates the market in latest Underwriter of the Future report six years after the first edition was published.
The managing general underwriter is set to work with brokers looking for capacity for delegated authority schemes.
L&G to lead on UK household and SME for five years.
The broker is also launching a new risk management consultancy for commercial clients.
Research shows brokers are adapting to digital changes.
Market pleased that XL has “gone to a good home” and confident of new opportunities.
InsurTech app aims to “make cover flexible and transparent for the small business community”.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on an emerging trend in the UK InsurTech sector.
Equipsme to sell SME product through general insurance brokers targeting 30,000 firms in two years.
The FSB has teamed up with Markel Holdings to set up its own broker, Ruskin Square, to manage the insurance offering and David Perry is leading the project.
Lorega’s Neill Johnstone calls on brokers to apply pressure to providers to improve the claims experience for SME clients.
Provider says new data base notifies brokers if clients are at risk of being significantly underinsured.
Get ready for the disruptors: The commercial insurance market should be gearing up for an InsurTech revolution, but brokers and insurers have nothing to fear, writes Simon Cooter
Both Scottish businesses specialise in the agricultural sector.
New CEO John Bibby outlines the broker's plans for the future.
The digital broker said the new logo reflects the diversity of business trades that it serves.