Declining motor rates saw total GWP for 2013 down on previous year.
Staffordshire-based broker also targeting further investment in technology this year.
Capacity now provided by a consortium of insurers.
Changes entail departure of Bespoke Underwriting CEO Scott Brown.
Modification of the FSCS funding model would aid economic growth, according to White.
Trade body targets 'disproportionate' regulation costs.
The final Expertise Live event of 2014, held in London in association with Zurich, saw attendees discuss the current state of the SME market.
SME growth and confidence on the up despite growing workforce challenges.
CEO Giddings says new hires will reinforce commitment to SME e-traded market for brokers.
In an increasingly competitive marketplace, brokers can gain an edge by specialising in niche areas and strengthening their regional focus
Network hoping product enhancements will provide competition boost with direct market.
Software provider launches solution for SME commercial classes.
New portal offers range of insurance-related software.
Markel to offer policy to SMEs in the sector
Brokers are losing share in the package SME space - a space they have dominated for so long.
Health insurance specialist creates new product for brokers.
Arthur J Gallagher boss to drive broker's SME offering in the US.
A tailor-made risk management proposition provides the best result for clients, brokers and insurers alike.
Towergate Insurance has split its retail division into two units – Towergate Insurance Brokers and Towergate Direct.
Autonet Insurance Services has revealed increases in profit, turnover and staff numbers for the year ended 31 December 2012.
Oval has partnered with NCC Group for the launch of Cyber Assured, a cyber package for the SME community.
Members of the former Aviva SME professional indemnity (PI) team have launched managing general agency (MGA) Pinpoint Underwriting.
The British Property Federation (BPF) has warned that Flood Re will leave "thousands" of SMEs unable to afford insurance cover.
Insurers and brokers must work together to make the ‘road risks’ motor market profitable and sustainable, explains Chris Withers