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.
Insurance Age met with brokers in and around Romford to find out why there are so many specialist firms in the area.
Ben Rose, founder and insurance director at Digital Risks, discusses how InsurTech and data analytics will redefine business insurance.
Insurer lists enhancements as including no claims bonus protection option and cover for misfuelling.
Specialist market: The Romford area is home to many specialist brokers and traditional local players, but is its proximity to London a help or a hindrance?
Small businesses may not always be prepared for the claims process, but brokers can make the journey easier for clients and even improve retention rates at the same time, writes Edward Murray
Ups and downs in the Acturis Premium Index for the second quarter of 2017
Paul Bassett, managing director – crisis management, at Arthur J. Gallagher, discusses how brokers can support their SME clients.
Aim is to use social media data to tackle underinsurance in small businesses.
Jonathan Swift looks back at the past decade and concludes the Allianz /LV deal is the latest evidence that the dominant incumbents have a iron-like grip on the UK SME market.
Product is aimed at SMEs with average premium under £10,000.
Educating SME clients about the perils of underinsurance and persuading and advising them to take out appropriate levels of cover has never been more important, writes Edward Murray
The software house is making Equifax checks available via its fraud validation platform.