Provider says it aims to build stronger relationships with brokers and grow its commercial lines business.
Insurer says it has also examined and improved all of its SME policies.
Following the news that Aon had pulled out of takeover talks with Willis Towers Watson, speculation is rising about what the broking giant could do instead
New research by Premium Credit reveals the insurance intermediary market anticipates consumers will use credit more this year when buying insurance.
The arrangement extends the firms' existing partnership by five years.
Bank says the platform will aid regulated professions including insurance.
Connected home provider is working with Aviva to create a home proposition for brokers, following the insurer taking majority stake in the InsurTech start-up.
Michael Whitfield from CPP UK discusses why brokers should be moving cyber risk up the agenda for their SME customers.
Redundancies likely as the insurer announces it is to open two trading centres in Bolton and Ipswich.
The change will see the limit go up from £150,000 from 1 April and could keep going up annually.
The business now has an Irish base following the acquisition of Optis Insurance as PIB prepares for Brexit.
Sector also made a contribution to the UK economy worth £29.5bn and paid close to £12bn in taxes, according to the ABI.
Insurance Age and Axa release the third in a series of whitepapers to help brokers and MGAs launch and manage schemes and delegated authorities.
Martin leaving for Zurich to become MD of UK retail business.
Is the appointment of David Martin from Allianz the first pointer of what brokers can expect from Amanda Blanc's Zurich?
Martin set to join the provider as retail MD in 2019.
The insurer's director of SME and corporate partnerships implores brokers to tackle the problem.
Regulator also consulting on raising maximum compensation limit to £350,000.
Broker to sell Equipsme’s healthcare product.
Healthcare MGA secures £2m of funding.
Aggregator highlights appetite to grow business and landlords insurance.
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.