The SME tag covers a wide range of UK businesses and, as Siân Barton reports, brokers and insurers are coming up with innovative new ways to target the rapidly growing sector
With the increasing use of technology in selling SME cover, our panel of experts still see a vital place for brokers to add value in the process. Emmanuel Kenning reports
Provider has created offering in support of government cyber security scheme.
First deals made by firm since it paired up with Cullum's MVP.
Provider will cover investigation costs and claims for SMEs.
Partnership agreed for three year span and is insurer’s largest for UK business to date.
Former lawyer sets up Safeguard iP to focus on patents, trademarks, copyright, design and infringement risk.
Provider has had to raise prices and allow motor business to go elsewhere.
Tim Ryan says government must seize opportunity to find cover for excluded groups.
Xbridge delivers increased profit but notes impact of disposals.
New recruit to work on UK and international business.
Council gets to grips with what brokers are doing around conflict issues as it publishes first discussion paper.
Zurich partners with First Recovery on expanded service for commercial clients.
Results reveal slight fall in broker-placed GWP to £312m but commercial sales jump 22%.
Lichtenstein-based insurer will begin writing commercial combined business immediately.
Proposition created using feedback from brokers.
Firm is aiming to be "broker of choice" for SME business
Trade body's MD says new member is "testament" to quality of organisation.
On 1 July, Insurance Age, in association with Axa, will be hosting a second broker Question Time event at The Corinthian Club, 191 Ingram Street, Glasgow.
Bluefin has launched a group personal accident (PA) and travel policy for small and medium-sized businesses.
The Financial Conduct Authority has set tongues wagging again in the past week with the publication of its thematic review into conflicts of interest among intermediaries when dealing with SME business.
Regulator looked into seven of the largest firms serving small business customers.
Provider to shut up shop in Milton Keynes and Bristol.
Bramall moves from casualty placement role at broker.